Unemployment in today’s world is scary. Jobs are getting harder to come by. Remaining proactive can be difficult when merely getting in the door is a challenge. More often than you’d think it truly is a case of who you know. Being unemployed is not who you are. It is merely a temporary deterrent. So let everyone know you are job hunting. Word of mouth can be the open door you need. You may come across that one person who has the job you are waiting for.
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Don’t write a drawn out or overly-fleshy resume. Try using bullet points that will highlight the areas that are important in your employment history. If you have to show off tons of information just to get someone interested in your resume, then they may just disregard your resume altogether.
Sales has long been the easiest entry into just about any field. Sales positions generally come with either a very low, or zero, base rate with most compensation coming in the form of commissions based on sales. Most if not all the financial risk is carried by the sales person so companies are willing to take almost anyone, give them some training and send them out into the world.
Enter Multi Level Marketing, or MLM. MLM has been billed as the poor person’s way to own their own business without having to invest an arm and a leg. All you have to do is tell your friends and family about the miraculous new discovery in health, fitness, financial services, and watch the money roll in. Especially when they start telling their friends and you get all those residual checks from your “downline.” In fact, in no time at all you’ll be retired while the checks just keep coming.
Sometimes this horrible experience happens even if you dot every i, cross every t, and make your best effort to be your professional best. Every time a superior asks you to do something, you reply with “Yes, sir, ” or “Yes, ma’am.” You treat them with the proper respect because they have rule over you, they are your managers. And you go on to do your professional best.
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The most important thing to remember when looking for data entry work, is to be able to read between the lines of any opportunity. One piece of advice I give anyone looking for work online is that you shouldn’t pay for work! If a company is asking for up-front payment of any sort, no matter how they justify it, then steer clear. A genuine work opportunity doesn’t require any form of up-front payment (unless you are paying to join an employment agency, or paying for membership at a freelance site). If an employer has a job that he or she needs done, they will not ask you to pay for the privilege of doing that job, no matter what. Keep that in mind and you’ll be fine.