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Manuel Pineda
about 17 hours ago

Never had a job been focused on my music career as a music producer and sound engineer. Fast learner it’s been 3 months and been trying to apply to jobs and haven’t heard from any the most I remember applying to was 14 #jobsearch #application #motivation #interview #firstjob

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Steven Ransom
about 2 hours ago

This question speaks to me. I know what my intentions are, but more and more I am uncertain of others’ real intentions. It isn't simple to know another person's intentions.

#wordsofadvice #motivation #inspiration

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Phoebe Montrie
8 days ago

There is no doubt the Pandemic impacted and disrupted almost every single part of our lives, but one of the most obviously hardest hit industries was the Hospitality sector. 👩‍🍳 🍽 ☕️ 🍻 👨‍🍳 🛎

It was a rollercoaster🎢 of openings and closings, full of lots of uncertainty about what was safe or not - and when. Not to mention the budgets and wages that were already stretched so thin - now pushed to the brink. 💸 It felt like every single day was hard for a while.

But now we seem to be turning some kind of corner, and it’s up to us to build this brand new world the way we want it to be. So whats the new normal for summertime dining and work in the Service Industry? ☀️ 🍹

What are the ways you’ve noticed restaurants or bars changing now that we are two years into the pandemic?? Have there been any positive impacts you’ve noticed from the pandemic at all?? Is it starting to get easier working in restaurants now that it’s 2022 vs 2020?? Whats next for **Hospitality?? 🍽

#Foodservices #Aboutmyjob #Jobsearch #Advice #Motivation #Application #Hiringevent #Watercooler #Advice #Pandemic #Dining #Coronavirus #Stressful

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Nolan Johnson
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I'm not sure if anything changed for the better from the pandemic. It seems like there is more fraud, more people wanting handouts instead of actually earning their way. Every place I go seems to have Gratuity as a part of the process. People got lazier with shopping and delivery options.

I'm not sure if anything changed for the better from the pandemic. It seems like there is more fraud, more people wanting handouts instead of actually earning their way. Every place I go seems to have Gratuity as a part of the process. People got lazier with shopping and delivery options.

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sy jones

no it still the same crap it used to be. even worst in many areas .

no it still the same crap it used to be. even worst in many areas .

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Bill Haines
3 days ago

Each case and person different. when a person interviews they must feel confident and strong. Most being interviewed understand more than the one who is doing the interviewing. They have to impart confidence #motivation

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Kyong-Mi Dillard
3 days ago

I was in a newsletter for my company. Kinda cool.

I'm kneeling on the right.

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Joyce Winters
6 days ago

To be ready at all times! Ready for what?! For CHANGE! This pandemic that we are trying to recover from took us all for a surprise. We were not expecting Covid-19 to hit us like it did. We didn't think that our jobs would be affected, the house market would be affected, or the gas prices to be as high as they are now. This experience teaches us all a lesson; to always be ready for change. I am now making better financial decisions, putting a little money away for a rainy day, I'm being riskier with my career because "you only live once" right?! I'm taking the remote/work from home approach to make a living which was the best decision I've made so far during this pandemic. I've also learned how to communicate more effectively being able to express myself. I've had a lot of days where I've felt overwhelmed, and my anxiety got the best of me. I know I'm not alone. :)

Remember you are not alone and never be afraid to ask for help! Have a good day. #advice #motivation #inspiration #pandemic

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Chanta Sketers
28 days ago

I did 4 years on 10 and came home in March 2019 and I got me a job in May. So people please stop letting other people give you misinformation. Trust, me once you build a relationship with a God of your understanding and no matter what can’t nobody do for us like he can. He will never let you down and he most def will never turn his back on us.

We can do it people! All we have to do is just a little more foot work than others (normal people) lol but it can be done. #jobsearch #motivation #selfloveselfcare

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Phoebe Montrie
6 days ago

Starting a new ANYTHING can be nerve wracking 😅, but starting a new job can sometimes feel like the biggest change we can make in our lives!! It affects so much of our day-to-day and can influence a lot of our overall happiness!

It’s natural to want a new role to be the right fit and worry about future challenges that will come with it, but over time and with experience, it gets easier to dive into something new!

Whats the best advice you’ve gotten when starting a new job? Whats one thing you wish you did differently from the start?? How do you know when things are finally going smoothly there and you’re all settled in? ✨

#Jobsearch #Firstjob #Advice #Foodservices #Aboutmyjob #Motivation #Workfromhome #Retail #Interview #Application #Watercooler #Wordsofadvice

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Theresa Halminiak
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I just try to keep in mind that everyone is new at some point. Relax, be yourself, ask questions, pay close attention during training, take notes and try to connect with fellow co-workers. And remember they hired you for a reason.

I just try to keep in mind that everyone is new at some point. Relax, be yourself, ask questions, pay close attention during training, take notes and try to connect with fellow co-workers. And remember they hired you for a reason.

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Robert Silvestre

Starting a new job myself. At navy pier no less. I Myself do not like change. just remember they are people ordinary people no special than you.

Starting a new job myself. At navy pier no less. I Myself do not like change. just remember they are people ordinary people no special than you.

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Santony Johnson
4 days ago

Jesus is love and that's what in my heart and on my mind.Amen.

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N W
4 days ago

Preparation is the key when looking for any job. Please allow yourself the time you need to do any job correctly and have patience. Also, follow your passions and work jobs you can grow not only in the company but in your personal life

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