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Talk to Everyone When Looking for Work

When I was looking for work, I talked to anybody and everybody. For instance, I had a company come to my home to clean my furnace. When I called to schedule the appointment, I spoke with the lady on the phone in customer service and asked her if they were hiring. She said, "They are always looking for good people." and told me to email my resume. I did and 3 months later I was hired.

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By Kathy from Sylvania, OH

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April 14, 20120 found this helpful

Excellent tip! Yes, you have to tell everyone from the cashier at the market to your postal mail carrier. You just never know who will give you a lead to get your foot in the door :-)

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July 2, 20120 found this helpful

I have found a great website to work from home wait...they will never ask you for money ever. It is legit, you pick the job you want, almost all requirements are that you have a computer. I have worked for them before and in between jobs and used them for extra income. www.elance.com/work is the website, US & oversea's Companies & individuals needing to get organized or hire part time.

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