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Estonia whosmans 
how do i apply for job? need Money Ty
2021-01-22 08:39
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write application lol
2021-01-22 08:40
i have no idea but bump and gl on getting a job mr. whosmans
2021-01-22 08:40
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ty sir
2021-01-22 08:43
Write a resume showing you have never had a job before, and hand it into the place you want to work at.
2021-01-22 08:41
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or lie about having 50+ years of experience working at nasa hq
2021-01-22 08:44
United Kingdom Tarrix
just type looking for job in *your country* look for options, call them, email, be ready to give them a cv
2021-01-22 08:49
just create your own business ez $$$$$
2021-01-22 08:50
Build connections on LinkedIn, and approach recruiters that you're interested in. Make sure that your Resume lists - 1) relevant Skills you have 2) Professional Experience/Internships 3) Educational Qualifications 4) Important Certifications 5) Awards and Achievements 6) Relevant Projects that you might have done 7) Positions of Responsibility, etc. If you have achievements in the area you're applying for, it's important to curate your CV/Resume, as per the profile. Highlight the relevant stuff, and cut-off useless info. In Computer Science fields (I know about this), there are usually world-renowned talent-search tests like Google CodeJam/Kickstart, Facebook Hackercup, ACM ICPC, TCS CodeVita, etc. If you're interested in development, perhaps GSoC is something you could try. One of my friends just got into Mozilla Open-source, though GSoC. Perhaps there's something in your field of interest too. Most companies have entrance tests in one way or the other. Easiest way to make money is to do internships, locally. If you're a student, you could apply for TA/RA duties. The classic American way is to work at McDonalds, and stuff part-time. If you're thinking long-term however, I would suggest you to first upskill yourself to a world-class level, and then directly try the big companies.
2021-01-22 08:59
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I am a high school graduate with no job experience that applied for universities last week! B) All of the universities were top 50 globally but I haven't heard back from them (but I meet the standard entry requirements so I think I will get in). I need money to afford university though, so I am looking for jobs, but a lot of them require for me to have prior experience :/ Is there anywhere I can look for jobs without necessary experience?
2021-01-22 09:36
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Sweden dinolinoxd
look for a simple internship over the summer in a corporation whos field is related to your future studies, for which the requirements are high school experience, although it might be too late to apply for such now. ask family members if they know of anyone that is currently hiring, might be hard to find work during these covid times without any experience unless you have contacts. if you do manage to find a job, or get admitted to university, get LinkedIn IMEDIATELY, lots of people skip this, although you need to start networking asap, dont be the guy who waits until the last year of uni before you start networking.
2021-01-22 10:01
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I will keep in mind this ty. I want a job at a book store or something rn, I think my degree will be relevant to the degree (Law) and this seems easy to manage. Hopefully I can find one ((
2021-01-22 10:05
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Sweden dinolinoxd
good luck!
2021-01-22 10:23
Labor exchange
2021-01-22 09:39
Call jobcenter
2021-01-22 09:42
make resume
2021-01-22 09:43
Sweden dinolinoxd
make good resume, spend some time on it write personal cover letter for each job you apply to, answer why you would want to work there and a bit about yourself why you would fit for that specific job also you can try calling local places and ask if they have potential job positions open, not all workplaces have job listings visible online
2021-01-22 09:52
if you don't have a degree best job you can find is being a waiter at a restaurant. and i don't think restaurants needs new waiters in covid-19 so you probably will not get a job this year if you don't get lucky
2021-01-22 09:56
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India icle
2021-01-22 10:00
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i actually sent hltv an email a few months ago asking for an internship as a writer but they never replied lol
2021-01-22 10:04
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