Discussion 1: You Design Your Future

Job Club Heart of Texas | 243 comments

Have you chosen to continue in the field you are familiar with or are you continuing to search for another career that would make you happy to go to work? This could make a huge difference on the impression you give during your interview.

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243 Comments

  1. angeladevinney

    I am continuing to work within the field in which I am familiar; however, I am open to working within different aspects of my field. I am open to teaching, administration and scoring of standardized tests, providing continuing education services to agencies or foster care families, working as a mobile crisis counselor/or assessor, etc. In this field, there are many various applications of our degree and I know there are many agencies, private practices, and businesses seeking individuals willing to work hours and days other than 8-5 Monday through Friday. I am such a person due to currently pursuing my doctoral degree in clinical psychology. I have no problem making up my hours on weekends, holidays, and evenings. I love working with adolescents, which others find a challenge.

    Angela

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  2. sandrarenner

    I am currently looking for something I am familiar with but am open to new career opportunities.

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  3. tedwalton

    Seriously for anyone wanting a job in a municipal setting check out TML.org and search jobs. Also has cool items for sale on site.

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  4. Donna Thorne

    I would like to stay in the employment field I was in prior to April 18th of this year (educational institutes) but I am looking at everything at the moment. I would not want to pass up any opportunity.

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  5. Mac

    If the pay is right,I will do almost anything.
    Im loging in a day early due to I have two interviews in the next two days.
    Wish me LUCK.

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  6. shellymcadams

    I found a job. I’m waiting to start work. My first day is July 30,2012. I am still looking for work in case something better comes along.

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  7. melvinfreeman

    I have no problem continuing with my past work (facilities maintenance-Dietary repair)or branching out to something else.

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  8. barbaraplumley

    Honestly I did not enjoy my job in the military (aviation operations specialist). It was very tedious at times, and extremely stressful. With that said i know it would be smart to get certified in something i have spent so many years doing.

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  9. pennybell

    I am looking for employment in the same field but I always keep my options open to new and exciting opportunities.

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  10. ljwp

    Best of luck Mac.

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  11. tedwalton

    Today i found that union pacific has lots of jobs in texas. U may want to check it out

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  12. Michael

    I am looking for employment in the same field as a graphic designer. I have been doing for 25 years. I am open for more options, open to new ideas, suggestion and opportunities. If anyone hear any open for graphic designer, feel free to post it here. Thank you kindly.

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  13. rhondagade

    Good Morning. I am willing to except a job in my field. But I would like something that pays a bit more, as well as better benefits. I am thinking of going back to school to learn something new. I have signed in early due to having to leave town.

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  14. debbiemalone

    I have an interview today with Cargill and will not be available for the job club today. I wish you all success in your search for work.

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  15. jannpage

    I am currently looking for receptionist in the healthcare field. I would like one that has direct pt contact, insurance verification, medicare and medicaid as well as work comp insurance. My recent experience was 17 years. I started with Neurosurgical June 10, 1996 and the practice closed June 1, 2012 so the 17 years would have been juen 10th. I will certainly be open to any type of customer service type positon if in the healthcare field

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  16. jannpage

    Hope good things happened with Mac’s interviews.

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  17. jeffwhite

    I have worked in the Security and Law Enforcement field for over 16 years. I currently went to several schools and have become a Firearms instructor for the State of Texas and the NRA, And Texas Parks and Wildlife. I am currently looking for a job That I can teach others with firearms. if anyone knows of a range that is needing another Instructor please keep me in mind.
    Thanks

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  18. vincenttorres

    GOODMORNING.IM AM ALSO LOOKING FOR A JOB, BUT IN THE ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH AND SCIENCE, WHICH IM ENROLLED IN TSTC FULL TIME! POSSIBLE I CAN GET A FULLTIME JOB AROUND MY SCHOOL SCHEDULE!!!!!

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  19. lancesanders

    Been talking with friends online. One works for the railroad as an engineer. Says its good pay. I been thinking about a job like that. But says that they can lay you off with no reason. Would really like more info if anyone knows about what it might take to get on. I know its a union job.

    Also I would like to share. Getting on with HEB the grocery store is a pain at times. I’ve been trying to get on with them for years now . You have to apply online at there site with them . Then take an evaluation test. What they don’t tell you that I later on found out. Your score in 3 levels (green) they will call you back , (yellow) still want you and will call you (red) you won’t get a call . All depends on how long it takes you to finish the evaluation and what responses you give. You have to focus on answering with the customer is always right etc. Then if you pass you go threw a phone interview . After that a one on one interview. And finally a group interview. Some HEB’s like the one in woodway require you to sell a product that is sitting under your chair in front of everyone to one of the managers there.
    At the end they will say there gonna go out of the room and call names out one at a time . What they don’t tell you is if you get called then you aren’t getting the job. They say to wait for a phone call within 24 hrs or apply back again. They wait until they get rid of anyone that isn’t getting hired . Then tell the reamining applicants about doing there drug tests etc. And they make it on . =(

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  20. gaylonthreadgill

    I WOULD LIKE TO STAY IN THE CONSTRUCTION OR MAINTENANCE FIELD SINCE THATS WHAT I KNOW BEST

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  21. jeffwhite

    Also if there are Machinist, Painters, Welders, in this group and looking for a job with a big company. Caterpiller of Waco is hiring for those positions for second shift. benefits from the start of day one. pay anywhere from $12.75 to $18.00 a hour. not sure if it is 8 hours or 12 hours. You can apply at Caterpiller just go to main Lobby and see receptionist.

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  22. beverlyheaton

    I have worked in the banking industry for over 35 years and thought that was where I would continue to look but I am open to any customer service position in a different field and ready to try something new.

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  23. theresatanguma

    I am currently looking for work in my familiar career which is in the medical field. If nothing in medical field production would be okay rrally just need to work.

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  24. Charles Waddle

    @barbaraplumley — A new law was just passed by both the House and the Senate (almost unanimous in both). It may apply to you. It says training in a specialty within the military will apply to that specialty’s federal certification or licence. Should be signed by Pres. shortly.

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  25. Charles Becker

    WHEN SEARCHING DIFFERENT JOB WEB SITES, SUCH AS MONSTER.COM THEY SUGGEST POSTING YOUR RESUME. WOULD IT BE BETTER TO FIND THE EMPLOYMENT/ JOB FIRST AND THEN RESPOND WITH RESUME? OR “POST” YOUR RESUME …?

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  26. Jonathon Pledger

    After college, I chose to work at the family construction business instead of pursuing a career in my major field of study, marketing. I left there and went to work for a plumbing company after receiving a lucrative offer, but it did not turn out to be a great fit for me. I now want to find a career that better utilizes the skills I obtained earning my BBA from Baylor University, whether it be a marketing position or something similar.

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  27. heatherellis

    I have been in the medical and healthcare fields for 10 years. Specifically in the sales,wellness, marketing and public relations fields. I had an interview monday with Carterblood Care this week for a Marketing Consultant position. If anyone has any scene something along these lines, please let me know.

    Thanks

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  28. evelyn dickerson

    I AM CURRENTLY LOOKING FOR A JOB IN THE SAME FIELD.WHERE I CAN HELP PEOPLE.MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN THEIR LIFE.BUT I AM WILLING TO A NEW CAREER OPPURTUNIES.

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  29. Ernestine Sample

    I love retail but somewhere down the road I grew out of it. I would like to say its because of the pressure from higher authority and the fact that nights and weekends becomes a problem.I never got a chance to spend time with my family or friends. I work so much. So now that Iam older I do not want to miss out on things in life, like dinner with my family,chruch services, events or even birthdays. I am in college(MCC)taking up social work and I love it. I have always been a people person and I love helping people so this works out for me. I would love to work morning shifts and have my weekends off never experience that before.

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  30. sheterricawiggins

    I currently am looking into staying within my current field, which is teaching, however it is presenting a problem when looking for a job in the Waco area because the teaching jobs Im certified to teach arent available here. I’m considering changing my profession back to business since I have a business degree. We will see what the next couple of weeks bring.

    Sheterrica W.

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  31. joancampbell

    I am happy in my field, but I am always looking for something new that fits with my experience as well.

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  32. angeladevinney

    Good luck for those with recent interviews. I had an interview with Denton County MHMR about ten days ago. They should be making decisions within the next week according to what they told me. I also recently applied for jobs with Parkland Hospital and McLennan County (teaching positions). I’m going back to school working on my doctorate in clinical psychology. I really want a job with benefits since right now I’m paying for Cobra insurance each month.

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  33. vivianmonroe

    Well for the past 25 years nursing is all that I have done so basically it is all I know however I would be open to something new if the pay was comfortable to what I have become accustome to as a nurse.I know that I have become so what tired of long term care nursing but I know that there are so many different other things in the nursing field that is available and so I continue to look

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  34. jannpage

    I am sorry about the previous message having two type-o mistakes. Most of the time I am very good with typing, however this morning is a new thing for me. My computer is very slow and I will pay better attention to my words.

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  35. heatherellis

    you may want to speak with Wes Gilleland, He manages over 10 healthcare facilities in Waco. His office is in Waco Center for Womens health. Across from Providence in the old Target building. Good Luck

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  36. danielcoulon

    I have years of experience in sales and customer service and am looking for a position in customer service. I’ve managed sales/service territories as small as Texas and as large as half the United States primarily in the hospital supply business but in other fields as well such as Bookbinding, and relocation services.

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  37. jeridsmith

    I am looking to expand my career with plumbing or electrician if anyone knows a good company that a can get certified please let me know. Until then I’m looking in my previous field of construction (formen)

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  38. jenniferobinson

    good morning everyone, i’m all over the place. in some ways i want to contine to work in the field that i’m in but a lot of me is mentally & physically not wanting to do it any more. Nursing is just not what it use to be. People are not in it for the right reasons anymore. Private care i would much rather do if i had to stay in this field but its just so hard to find a private care person. I just keep telling myself that i want a job Monday thru Friday from 8am to 3,4 or 5pm and by 5:30pm I want to be on my way home. I want a change, I need a change & a part of me doesn’t care about the money. You know my bestfriend asked me a long time ago if i could do any job and dont get paid to do it & would make me happy. What would it be? I said a coach and working with young girls that have been through some of the things that I have been through in my life. Well i’m still looking for the door to be open & job. You all have a blessed day….in God’s Grace

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  39. felderleaks

    I have experience in many different job fields. I am open to most anything. By the way, the positions that Jeff mentioned at Caterpillar are 8 hour shifts.

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  40. Melvin

    If you have a particular job interest, please specify.

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  41. Charles Becker

    HAVE NOTICED JUST LATELY WISD HAS NEW JOB POSTINGS; MAY BE JUST THE TIMING. PERHAPS THEY ARE JUST STARTING TO FILL FALL POSITIONS. GOOD LUCK!

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  42. fgerick

    Good Morning !

    I would like to stay in the employment field (payroll)that I have been in for the last 35 years. I am open to other positions that would be in a financial field. I would like to find something in a School related field, as to finish out my years for retirement, but I’m looking at everything. You never know what can come your way and find that it can be just as rewarding.

    Good luck everyone and have a great day !

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  43. Melvin

    We have just determined the date for the large job event, it will be August 15th

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  44. debbiearmour

    Good morning! I’ve been in insurance for over a dozen years, and I’m more than ready for a change! I would love a position as a title abstractor, but with our current housing market, right now there are no openings available. So, I’m broadening my horizon and pursuing other clerical positions, such as an admin assistant.

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  45. Charles Waddle

    Please explain the “large job event”. Thanks

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  46. vincenttorres

    AUGUST 15 WHERE AND WHAT TIME?

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  47. Melvin

    Everyone needs to let us know what job they are looking for so we can help locate possibilities. So, who are you and what are you looking for.

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  48. gaylonthreadgill

    I WOULD LIKE TO FIND A SCHOOL MAINTENANCE JOB, ANYONE KNOW OF ANY OPENINGS?

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  49. jeffwhite

    Jerid,
    Have you checked with Hennsel Electric, They were hiring a couple of weeks ago..

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  50. Melvin

    It will be an event featuring more than 15 employers in a large location. We are still trying to determine whether it will be a showcase, a one-on-one event, or just an open job fair. My choice would be the one-on-one interview format but it will be up to the employers to choose.

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  51. Michael Dutton

    I am still looking in the areas that have expertise in, procurement, supply chain management, inventory control, project management, lean manufacturing, continuous improvement and risk analysis. I am increasing my job search area to include Austin & Dallas / Ft. Worth.

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  52. sharringt0n

    Good morning everyone!

    I am looking in two different directions at the moment: Graphic Design/Marketing Design and Education/Training. I had a nine year stint teaching Graphic Design at TSTC so I have some teaching experience under my belt as well as graphic design. I don’t, however, have a Teaching Certificate so the school districts are out.

    I customize my resume for each position applied for. With 30 years experience, that way I can pick and choose what to emphasize that meets the position’s requirements

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  53. patriciavansau

    Good Morning,
    I am looking for a job in the Administrative Support field, Receptionist, Administrative Assistant etc. in Waco. I worked at Northcross Mall, Austin, TX for 20 years as Administrative Assistant, Information Booth Supervisor and Receptionist.

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  54. charlesshelby

    I’m kinda going stray from what I was doing for the last 4 years and getting back in to the cooking industry. Have an interview today cross my fingers lol

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  55. felderleaks

    I am attending college too, for business. I have been a manager in retail, warehouse, and distribution companies. I spent a decade in sales. Boston and Texas. Done with sales.

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  56. jannpage

    Anything in a Doctor’s office or a related healthcare field for clerical position. Just really really want to work. I have worked my entire adult life and it feels so good to be able to help people that are ill.

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  57. Eugene Wlodarek

    I am presently looking for job opportunities in the engineering and drafting fields

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  58. brandyrodriguez

    For the past 14 1/2 years, I have worked as a Radiation Therapist. I truly loved the work that I did and the reward that I received from it knowing that I was helping cancer patients through a very rough time. I would love to stay in the field, but the field in this area is very limited. I’m afraid that I will need to change career paths and/or consider going back to college for a new degree. Change isn’t always a bad thing…just scary. If anyone knows of a position where I could utilize my medical knowledge, please feel free to share!! Thanks!!

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  59. barbaradugger

    I have been in the Food Industry for 30 years, am looking for an opportunity to change, am currently thinking about going back to school, to further my computer skills. Would like to work in call center or go into Medical Billing and Coding Technology.

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  60. joancampbell

    My field is Retail Management/Accounting, but I am looking outside the box at all times

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  61. patriciavansau

    I have found several of these opening on Craigslist, especially in Dental. One this week was for oral surgeons on 7030 Sanger Ave, Ste 100. It said to take a resume by.

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  62. brandyrodriguez

    Scott & White is almost always looking for front desk help and they have so many outside clinics…. You can always apply online there.

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  63. sandrarenner

    Has a location been determined

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  64. Michael Dutton

    Charles,
    My feeling is that it is better to use the job search web sites to find the position and company that you are looking for and then go directly to the company web site to apply for the job. The problem that I have run into in the past with posting on job sites is that you get overloaded with junk emails about jobs that you may not be interested in working for the company or what that particular position. The exception to that is the Vetjobs site if you are a veteran.

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  65. Melvin

    Information for the upcoming job event will be forthcoming. You will be the first to know the specifics of the event. If it is going to be a one-on-one format, then, you will be notified of your specific appointment time. If it is going to be an open job fair, then the time will be determined at the time that decision is made. However, definitely, look for more details as they evolve. Announcements will be made right here in this Job Club.

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  66. jannpage

    I have applied online to Scott White for any type customer service position, no response so far.

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  67. Charles Becker

    MICHAEL, THANK YOU FOR THE REPLY. CHARLES.

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  68. richardcoleman

    Have you checked into L-3. It might not be what you prefer but they used to offer a program for helping out with the certification.

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  69. mikecalderon

    I am continuing to look for work in the field which I’m familiar with. I’m looking for warehouse work or truck driving jobs. I’ve been in warehouse work for over ten years. i am ready to get to work.

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  70. brandyrodriguez

    @barbaradugger- there is a company in Austin that does coding and that kind of stuff….A friend of mine works for them and she just had to drive to Austin for a few months and now she’s working from home. I also think that they will help you get certified in coding, too. I’m not sure if they are hiring but I think that it’d be worth looking into. The company is called Revenue Cylcle.

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  71. Michael Dutton

    Patricia,
    I saw one listed on the indeed job search site for an Admin. Assistant at Coca-Cola Refreshments in Waco. You can go directly to the Coca-Cola Refreshments web site to apply. They have great benefits.

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  72. vivianmonroe

    Well looks as though I’m the only person still on. Truth be told this is a great idea and yes it saves on gas and yes it helps with crowd control but there is nothing like face to face talking. Know what I mean

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  73. richardcoleman

    Jeff,

    Are you qualed to instruct CHL classes? TECLOSE?

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  74. joannbrown

    I have experience in childcare for the last 2 years and 8 in customer service. I would enjoy finding a new job in secretarial work, somewhere I can interact with people but also have time to be organizing.

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  75. sandrarenner

    Hope everyone has a great day & good-luck on the job search

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  76. vincenttorres

    LATER GUYS AND GIRLS GOODLUCK!!!

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  77. jannpage

    This has been quite delightful. A lot of information and did not have to (buy gas) drive into Waco. Thanks for making things easy for us. see you next time, have a great day!!

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  78. jeffwhite

    Right Now I am NRA Certified Texas DPS CHL Certified, Texas Parks and Wildlife certified. and soon to be NRA Law Enforcement certified that class will be in November.. so I will be able to teach level 2 and level 3 security commissions
    Jeff

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  79. Michael Dutton

    Eugene,
    Check out Applied Materials Inc. in Austin if you are willing to relocate. They have offices all over.

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  80. Charles Waddle

    A good idea. Saved an hour and 50 miles worth of gas.

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  81. courtneysanchez

    I am currently looking for something in the marketing or finance field.

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  82. joannbrown

    Very excited about this experience! Did not have to drive into town!

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  83. Melvin

    Look for information on our next job club. Rachel is securing an employer to come online to talk to you about your job search activities.

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  84. Melvin

    Also, for next week, we will be discussing your resume one more time as well as your online profile. This is crucial for screening purposes.

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  85. keithallen

    I am trying a new field in computers, after 20 years in the army. I will look for any field that will get me a job for now.

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  86. jeffwhite

    Ok Thanks Melvin

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  87. Melvin

    Just FYI. Aramark is scheduled to be at the Heart of Texas Workforce Center until 4pm today, in Room 272. See posting #s 8190444, 6848933, 6848946, 6201863, 6202134, 6848938, 3135580, 6848942 for details. Good Luck!

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  88. Melvin

    Aerotek is also in the Workforce Center today until 4pm. They are in Room 118 and they are looking for CNC machinists, welders and people with electrical background as well as mechanical assemblers.

    There is also a job fair going on right now at MCC. We are trying to get more details on that.

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  89. kareypatterson

    Morning everyone: I am still looking for a job in healthcare. I have been an RN for 8 years and a Nuclear Medicine Technologist for 15 years. I have always worked in the hospital setting. Although I think the hospitals are getting rid of people that have been in the field for a long time. If anyone has any ideas I am open to them
    Thanks

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  90. Melvin

    Okay here is the scoop on the job fair going on at MCC today. It’s from 9am to 1pm only. They are looking for people with Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees. About 24 businesses were scheduled. The address is at 4601 North 19th Street in the Conference Center at MCC. It is an open job fair so good luck.

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  91. Melvin

    This job club will continue 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Next Wednesday, we will post a new discussion. Feel free to continue to comment and communicate, as needed. Next week we will cover resumes and profiles. Thanks for the participation!

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  92. sharringt0n

    I only briefly posted my resume on monster, then pulled it off when I started getting tons of spam from insurance companies looking for no-salary sales people. I’m not in sales, never have been, so having my resume on monster was not useful for me.

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  93. sharringt0n

    Hi Michael – I’m a graphic designer, too. Waco is a tough town for our occupation. Do you have an online portfolio? I have one up at Creative Hotlist, they’re pretty reasonable. They have job listings, too. Mostly DFW and Austin. But if you’re willing to relocate…

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  94. sharringt0n

    Good luck, Mac! Come back and tell us how it went!

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  95. candicelovell

    I am looking for a job in the field I have experiance in, a manager of food service. However this is not what I want to do a long time. So I am persueing a degree in Nursing to futher my education. Since I have no background in Nursing, the food service industry is a way for my to establish a new job at this time.

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  96. kimmisharobinson

    Hello everyone!!!! I’m looking for a management position!!!! I am a student at Tarleton State and my major is business management and administration!!! I worked at Walmart for 5 years as a CSM (Customer Service Manager)…I’m still looking for a job that I can be a manager in. If anyone know a job or something similar to that, please feel free to inform me on that…I would be grateful of that!!! Thanks…

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  97. angeladevinney

    Those looking for CDL jobs I just passed a billboard on I-35 near the Sun Valley Rd exit saying Big Creek LTD is now hiring CDL drivers. I didn’t get the phone number but if it has a billboard on the reverse side or if I see another one on my way to Temple then I’ll post their phone number. I know it was a 254 area code, but that was all I got.

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  98. angeladevinney

    So I guess this means it was considered a success?!

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  99. angeladevinney

    Have you considered some of the medical coding or utilization review positions at hospitals and psychiatric hospitals. There were also some Educational RN type positions recently with Scott and White in Temple

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  100. taylorroywilliam

    I just attended a job fair at workforce solutions. I am eager to get back to work.

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  101. angeladevinney

    Wow, Jeff that is so cool! I’ve been wanting to get my CHL but don’t have the money right now.

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  102. sherriemorgan

    I have 15 years of customer service and technical sales experience. I also handled the advertising and some collections for our office. I really enjoyed the technical side of my job. But the office I worked for relocated to Houston. I don’t believe there is another job like it. So I’m open to new opportunities.

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  103. tammywitt

    I am studing at school in a field that seems to be of great interest healthcare information

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  104. angeladevinney

    Sorry, I just now read all the way back up. My Internet connection failed for a time this morning and I had to do battle with Time Warner Cable so I didn’t even know about the job fair that I could have attended. Answering more specifically Melvin’s question so others can help me with job searches. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and Supervisor. I have a Master’s Degree in Counseling, 11years experience counseling in a variety of settings including psychiatric hospitals, outpatient mental health, residential treatment centers, an Adult Prison, and now contract work through private practice. I have worked with children, adolescents, and adults. I’m working on my doctorate in clinical psychology and will obtain a Master’s in Psychology along the way (here shortly). Thanks.

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  105. victorianimmo

    I was working as an editor for a health education company, which included doing original research and writing as well as copyediting, proofing, and writing a lot of marketing copy. I enjoy using research, writing, and organizational skills, and I have been looking for jobs that use those skills. I enjoyed writing about health-related topics, but I’d certainly be interested in writing about other topics, too.

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  106. jeffwhite

    Angela,
    look up Region 12 on the web they have listing of schools that are looking for Counselors. I know the School my wife works at had a opening for a counselor at Oglesby ISD between McGregor and Gatesville on Hwy 84.
    Jeff

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  107. zshade37

    I would like to remain in a clerical position with the government, but if a good opportunity arises in different career field I am open-minded.

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  108. MissRudd

    We are so pleased with the outcome of this first Online Job Club. Thank you to everyone who is participating. Speaking of participation, please make note that leaving a comment is what gives you credit for attending. Logging into the website should be exercised at the same time to guarantee your counted attendance.

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  109. ljwp

    Hello Rachel,
    I had logged in earlier, today, before a medical appointment, but didn’t leave a comment, so does that not count? Thanks.

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  110. MissRudd

    Also, when you are addressing a question or comment to any one person please be sure to address them by their name. This is so everyone will have the ability to keep up with who is speaking to who and respond correctly. Thanks all!

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  111. ljwp

    Angela, You might contact Cedar Crest Hospital & RTC – 3500 S Interstate 35 Belton, TX 76513
    (254) 939-2100

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  112. MissRudd

    @ljwp
    We will see that you logged in, but without a comment we cannot show actual participation in the Job Club. Logging in secures your participation date and time, commenting secures credit for attending and participating.

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  113. garymccully

    Continuing to look for something I would enjoy.

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  114. amyarthurwhite

    During my career I have gained a wealth of experince and knowledge that can be applied to many different fields. However, I am finding that most of the postions offered that meet my talents and skills either require a degree or relocation. Moving is cerainly an option but, not at this time. With more than 20 years of experience in the field of broadcasting I have a great deal of experience in public relations, event planning and promotions, artist and band management, studio production, on-air, news direction, copy-writing, commercial production, sales and marketing to name a few. I have traveled extensively as a Regional Public Affairs Manager handling FCC compliance and Public Affairs for one of the largest broadcast organizations in the world. My greatest challenge so far is that the postions I am qualified also require a bachelor’s degree. This has been most frustrating. I’m finding I’m way over-qualified or I match everything the postion requires…execpt a degree.

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  115. Mac McKnight

    sharringt0n ,jannpage and ljwp ,Thanks for the support,I will let yall know how things go.
    Also Angeladevinney , my wife works for GRANDE she can fix that Time Warner Cable problem for you.

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  116. carlabeach

    I’m open to all possibilities.

    Reply
  117. tedwalton

    Try checking tml for postings. Gun ranges might not hurt to look into as well

    Reply
  118. sheilaparrish

    Hi Rachael,
    I was logged into the wrong thing this morning, so please verify my post on WPMG Newtwork under jobclub and I also posted on linkedin that I was on and did not see anyone else.
    Sorry about this I Should have asked for instructions.
    Sheila Parrish

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  119. tedwalton

    To all yall in job club you also may check indeed.com for local jobs

    Reply
  120. tedwalton

    Ted Walton is my name and im looking for law enforcement jobs. I have applied for all positions in the Waco area in law enforcement. I have begun to branch out and apply in all Texas Police jobs. Anybody got anything else close let me know

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  121. markshoesmith

    Where at?

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  122. larindawikerson

    I guess I am looking for something in the same field which is a medical doctors office, however I have been exploring other jobs in customer service, banking or administration.

    Reply
  123. Candice

    Britco Structures is hiring, electrical,carpenders and framers.They are located on 1101 Foundation Drive ( the old fleetwood 84 plant) Hope this helps!

    Reply
  124. taylorroywilliam

    Been to a couple of job fairs waiting for replys.

    Reply
  125. Jennifer

    At this point,I am looking or anything but I prefer clerical or secretarial work.

    Reply
  126. angelacotton

    I want to change my career path by going back to school.

    Reply
  127. mistydarby

    I am a certified teacher. The problem that have seem to face is the payscale. I have had several interviews but it seems that the newer graduates are getting the jobs. I am at a point where going back to school for a different career track seems to be my only option.

    Reply
  128. jeffwhite

    Ted,
    Have you applied at Coryell County? or Bosque County and you might want to look at Crawford P.D. or Gatesville P.D.

    Reply
  129. jeffwhite

    Miss Rudd,
    this is so much better than making that long drive in to sit there when I can get stuff done here and still do this. I love it. Thanks for making this so much easier.
    Jeff

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  130. christiemiller

    i have looked at my current professionas a new carrer path, but i really love doing surgery. i dont know if i can change to a new professions.

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  131. christiemiller

    i have also thought about going back to school for nursing

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  132. William

    I am looking for a dental assistant position here in Waco. If ahyone know s of any I would love to hear from you.

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  133. brendadelamar

    I am looking for employment in the same field , but i always keep options open for new opportunities.

    Reply
  134. carladugger

    I’m looking for work in an admin. Setting or working in a doctors office which is what I am used to doing

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  135. jarmstrong8

    I am looking for work in Social Services Administration. I have a final interview on Tuesday with a company in Houston. Let’s hope this one turns out! This makes 5 interviews so far with this company over a period of two months. I have a good feeling though. 🙂

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  136. William

    i can also work in the front office in either a dental or medical office setting appointments or verifying insurance if there is a position out there for that.

    Reply
  137. rubybrown

    I am seaching for another job due to health reasons but that was my dream job because I love to cook. I currently in taking courses for business administration.

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  138. austinholes

    I was working as NOC engineer but the commute to Killeen from Waco everyday became to much to bear with gas prices and commute time. I looking position closer to Waco area. I have an associate degree in computers and currently working on a BA in bussiness admin from Tarleton.

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  139. Mac McKnight

    I had a interview with pepboys today for a asst.service manger position.
    all went well they are doing a background check and I went for a drug Screen.
    Waiting on offer , which should be by tuesday of this next week.
    They have several positions open if anyone wants to look at them.
    Go to pepboys.com and go to bottom of page and select careers. then type in location for waco tx.

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  140. Minnitt

    I’ve been in production for several years, I have an associates degree in cooking, but my main interest is Home Health Care/Hospice. I am willing to interview for any position that these pertain to.

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  141. lynwaren

    I am looking for a career change; however, since I am over 50 it has been difficult. There have been many challenges in my life time and I attempt to tackle all head-on. My work experience has included production, data-entry, clerical. Customer Service is my preference, there are so many resources out there that people need, but don’t ask the right questions or don’t know what questions to ask. I have always learned about the job I’m doing so well that I seek all resources available and share.

    I have enlisted on the website “CareerBuilders” and this is a great area to seek employment in different areas of work and location. Be aware that there are scam agents out there that are using the heading of “CareerBuilders” to con you into illegal doings. I have encounter such a scam and turned them into the appropriate authorities, so be careful who you may sign up with for career opportunties.

    Other career websites that maybe useful are the following:
    1. Jobsnearyou.net;
    2. Careeralerter.com;
    3. Central Freight Lines have several openings at this time.

    So if anyone has any information they can send my way, please feel free.

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  142. lynwaren

    Dear Lance: Thanks so much for sharing that information about HEB. It’s so sad that someone has to go through all that for a job when there are so many people out there that could be super employees. In this time of economic stress, you would think HEB would be more open minded.

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  143. chaiho

    I have fast food restaurant management experience for more than 10years, since I suffered for my low back pain I really prefer to get a clerical job . and I have MS Excel and Word skills.

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  144. carolynwalter

    I have decided to look for work in my previous field. I recently worked in the Medical Records setting but would like to go back to Small Office Management. If something came up in the Medical Records, I would consider it though. I like a variety and Medical Records is very limited.

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  145. shellycawthon

    good luck!

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  146. shellycawthon

    The McLennan County website has different job postings daily if anyone is interested.

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  147. tedwalton

    Well got two interviews coming up. Heres hoping. New jobs posted with union pacific yall check them out

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  148. Olga Sepeda

    After working in manufacturing and production for over 20 years I am looking for a totally different career. Something that could possibly be in some sort of office setting. I am going to school online for Arts in Business so hopefully that will get me to, or close to, what I am looking for. All the jobs that I have seen, I have no experience for and I am hoping that someone will give me a chance to do what I would like to do and I can show them that I can do it.

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  149. Olga Sepeda

    The website I have been looking on is snagajob.com if anyone is interested in checking it out.

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  150. Ron

    I’m hoping to stay in the same field…sales. I’ve got a fairly versatile background and would certainly consider something else but probably feel more geared for this.

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  151. tedwalton

    Anywhere

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  152. tedwalton

    Tml has a posting in bryan for intake. If clerical is your thing this would be a great for you.

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  153. Jonathon Pledger

    Does anyone know which employers will be at the job fair tomorrow at the Workforce Center?

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  154. lolabuchanan

    I would like to put my Master of Library Science degree to work for me. My preference would be to work in a library, archives, museum, or other information oriented position. I have worked as a data entry operator and would consider doing it again. I would also consider working in a production or distribution (warehouse) facility — I’ve had some experience in the area. I am open to trying other things to. I am realistic about the difficult financial times and keep in mind being flexible to try and survive.

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  155. Ron

    Jonathon, Green Mountain at 9:00 and Time Warner at 10:00

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  156. CarrieFerrill

    I am currently looking for work in my familiar career which is sales/management advertising and medical

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  157. lynwaren

    Cefco in Reisel has an opening – they state it’s Customer Service, but it’s actually counter help, stocking;

    JC Penny’s has an opening in the salon for a receptionist;

    Office Depo has an opening in customer service;

    Lowe’s has an opening for receiver/stocker;

    Providence Hospital has numerous openings
    Account Specialist
    Bill Specialist
    Customer Service
    Emergency Room

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  158. Elaine

    Considering I am 62 years old with 30+ years experience in accounting, bookkeeping, and computer software setup, I am in the process of becoming Quickbooks certified and taking courses in professional tax preparation.

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  159. cristinaespinoza

    Good day fellow job searchers. I too am searching to get back into the clerical, office manager, or administrative assistant field, which I truly have enjoyed for 18+ years. My last job was in the sub assembly field, which I disliked. Due to my relocation to the Waco area an because of lack of employment I choose what I was offered at the time. Due to unfortunate situations, I now am in search again for employment, if anyone knows of anywhere else I could apply at please drop me a line. Every type of lead or assistance is greatly appreciated.

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  160. Melvin

    I am jumping the gun a little but just saw this item and wanted to share it.

    How important is an objective statement on a resume?
    Often, people tell us to include an objective statement on a resume. However, there are few people who think that it doesn’t matter. Is it important to have one?
    Though many people are very focused about their job field, I am sure there are many people with multiple interests. How would one go about having an objetive statement when applying for multiple positions in different functions (say Finance, Strategy etc.) at the same target firm.

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  161. Melvin

    Just to let you know, we are averaging 2.2 job placements a work day. So, everyday 2 people are getting jobs. We are wanting to triple that number. With the help of the job club this become much easier to accomplish.

    So, keep searching and keep sharing.

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  162. angeladevinney

    Mac Knight,

    Good to know that your wife can help because even after the technician came out the next day…we continue to have “spots” in the cable from time to time. They removed the splitter and that was supposed to fix the issue. No problems with the internet now 🙂

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  163. angeladevinney

    Thanks for the suggestions about the school Jeff and about Cedar Crest ljwp. Cedar Crest is too far south for where I’m trying to be due to wanting to move towards Dallas eventually. I’m currently driving there 1-2 days a week for school depending on the semester. In the fall I begin practicum in Waxahachie two days a week and my classes in Dallas will be from 1-9pm on Tuesday. I’m hoping to find something that will allow me to work day, evening, and weekends so I can make up for when I’m needing to do practicum. Most schools might not allow that. A lot of schools also want school counselors (Licensed Specialized School Psychologists), which I am not, but I’m definitely going to check into those leads, because schools have ready access to children and adolescents and they are my favorite population! Thanks!

    Angela

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  164. angeladevinney

    Melvin, could you please send me the information on that case worker position so I can look into it anyway? It never hurts to be informed and check out your options fully. Thank you. Angela

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  165. angeladevinney

    I just found out today that the part time job I have in Fort Worth on Saturdays…even though just two weeks ago I expanded to add Tuesdays to try to get more hours and more money, Child Protective Services (Texas Department of Family and Protective Services) has cut their contract with the agency I’m contracted with and my agency can’t absorb the difference this time for us. It will cut the individual therapy rate by 20% and family therapy rate by 10%. I have to let her know soon whether or not I’ll be able to continue working there when the contract changes on September 1st. Right now I can’t afford not to because I don’t have another job, but at those rates, I can’t afford to. I really NEED to find another job. Anyone with leads, I really appreciate it! Thanks.

    Angela

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  166. vivianmonroe

    Well wish me luck I have two job interviews this week. Yea me

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  167. jannpage

    I have sent several resumes to Providence healthcare for customer service (which I am very qualified for ) and today no responce. I feel my resume indicates my age as it shows extensive experience over a long period of tijme, Should I cut my last 3 of 4 employers as each one was a very long term employment.

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  168. jannpage

    Sorry about the mistakes in my typing, no excuse, just did not really edit before I sent it. Will keep working on that.I do so enjoy this type of communication instead of driving all the way into Waco.

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  169. jannpage

    Thanks to Linkedin.com, I just mailed my resume to Central
    Texas Pathology grp for the receptionist position. Say your prayers for me. I need to return to work soon.

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  170. Michael

    Thank you sharringt0n. I didn’t know about creativehotlist.com. It is helpful to know what’s other job search that is online. I am open to any suggestion. I do have my portfolio but I been instructed not to put them online openly. Due to the fact that my occupation was for Federal Government, Military, and private corporations. I am allow to show my portfolio by email and in person for job interview.
    Far as moving, I own a house here in Waco. Housing market have not be very good.

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  171. audrey1966

    I am looking for a career in the administrative support field. I have several years experience in this field. I also have experience in insurance, education, grants, data entry, purchasing, and research.

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  172. MissRudd

    Good Morning All! We have some new Jobs! Little Cougar Inc is looking for a teacher. McLennan Community College is hiring for a Sr. Admin Assistant. Oak Lawn Baptist Daycare needs a cook. APAC-Texas needs construction and asphalt paving laborers. EOAC is looking for a Chold Development Special Services Manager. JOAT needs marketing/sales people. Universal Trailer Cargo Group Inc wants production workers. All these can be found in Work in Texas if you need more information. Keep an eye out for our next dicussion this week. Have a good one!

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  173. markskinner

    I’ve been looking at jobs relating to my work experience in production management and also looking at possibilities for working in an administrative/clerical role which is similar to the work I’ve had over the past 9 years as a contractor. While the management role is probably more lucrative, I’m leaning more toward the admin type work. In my particular case, I feel like the declaration of my work experience and previous job positions are really a negative in searching for something new and different. The best possibilities right now seem to be with health care (Scott & White in particular has several admin job openings right now).

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  174. Mac McKnight

    angeladevinney, Her name is maryanne and her number is 855-0702.

    Well I didnt get the pepboys position, all was good untill they sent me a two question placement test.
    1st question asked what I thought of my self and had a lot of words to choose from,I selected the one I thought best desribe me.
    The second was what did I think other thought about me and I selected the word I thought.
    They came back and said my score was to low for that position.
    How can ones oppenion be scored ?
    Well still looking
    They did say I might quailfie for another position and will be in contact with me ? I guess I might have been to honist for them ?

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  175. ELAINE MCDANIEL

    With 30+ years experience in bookkeeping, I definitely will continue in this field. However, I am expanding my skills by taking a course to become a certified tax preparer and getting my Quickbooks certification. It’s been a long time since I had to study so it has been an adjustment.

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  176. debbiearmour

    Good morning! I was looking for your new posting regarding resumes. I’m currently out of town, and this will be the only time I have to check the Job Club until this weekend. So, I’ll have to wait & respond then. In the meantime, I wish everyone good luck in their job search!

    Debbie

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  177. angeladevinney

    Sorry to hear about the position, Mac. Thank you for the info. The next time I have a problem with it, I’ll contact her.

    Melvin, you mentioned in another job club meeting that the objective statement on resumes sometimes confuse employers because they might have a position that you could do, but you may end up “pigeon holing” yourself in their eyes where they just toss your resume to the side and look at another one just because of that objective statement. This is the reason many resumes no longer contain them. A lot of that same information that could have been contained in an objective statement could be contained in a cover letter while addressing whichever positions you may be applying for. In this way, should they have similar positions at the facility that your qualifications and skills match, you won’t be automatically pushed to the side on the basis of what you put in or left out of your resume.

    Angela

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  178. jannpage

    Good morning all job seekers!! another day of searching. I have not located the new posting regarding resumes. Am I early or possibly I overlooked the posting. Good luck to all.

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  179. cindyneal

    I am open to similar fields but not different. I have done all sorts of sales

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  180. jeffwhite

    Good Morning,
    It’s another day. Hope all is well. I am starting to think I may have to enroll into some courses or School to find a career that is hiring. Am I too old to go back to school? lol

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  181. vikkireese

    I am looking for a new career. I am open to almost anything that is stable and has benefits.

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  182. markskinner

    Morning. I’m logged in to participate in the staff facilitated discussion, but I haven’t seen any activity as yet. Hope I’m looking in the right spot.

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  183. richardguthrie

    I am at the point in my job search, that I am definatly looking outside my field of managing restaurants and bars. Im looking in all areas.

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  184. jeffwhite

    Angela,
    please contact me by email. jeff@jblfta.com. I got a couple of questions to ask you.
    Thanks
    Jeff

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  185. Charles Becker

    GOOD MORNING, trust i’m in the right WEDS job Club. Fast week; Have had several phone interviews Mon and Tues. One is leading to a face-to-face interview… so things are looking better.

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  186. patriciavansau

    Good Morning,
    I am still looking for an Administrative Support position.

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  187. jannpage

    Jeff, one is never—too old. I am dedicated to a long history of employment in the healthcare field, and find that age (now for the first time in my life) is the problem. I am over 65 but do not look it. My resume gives it away due to long term employment. Good luck on school. Your at the right age.

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  188. jeridsmith

    I am looking in to being a plumber. Does anyone know of a company that is part of the union excepting an apprentice?

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  189. angeladevinney

    Jeff,

    I just sent you an email.

    Angela

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  190. chriscutbirth

    i’m needing a forklift job that is primarily operating a forklift

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  191. jeridsmith

    Thank you Jeff for your reply last week I have looked into it.

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  192. ljwp

    Good morning everyone,

    Jobs in the McGregor area.

    These were in a story in the McGregor newspaper.

    Expert Structures, Inc. — 254-840-2028 — located in the industrial park at the former location of Duster Campers and have been there for a few months

    They manufacture commercial modular structures primarily used in oil fields, but also in other areas.

    POSITIONS THEY ARE CURRENTLY SEEKING:
    Drafts Person
    Purchasing Manager
    Costing Manager
    In-House Sales Person
    Line Production People

    They currently have about 20 people and are looking to hire up to 100.

    Best of luck, everyone. I hope this helps.

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  193. richardguthrie

    For anyone who may be interested, I interviewed with Rainbow Exotics out of hamilton, they have been running an ad in the waco trib for drivers to deliver live animals to major pet stores across the country. No cdl is required and the job pays between 400 and 800 per week depending on your route. I wasnt offered the job due to lack of driving experence, but some of you might be interested.

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  194. vikkireese

    I think I am having the same problem. I don’t look my age either. I have never ever in my life had a problem getting a job until now. I don’t like having to do the application on line and then having to do a phone interview. I think you make a better first impression in person.

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  195. beverlyheaton

    Good morning all. I am still searching jobs in the banking or financial field. I did sign on to Providence Hospital and they have over 40 positions available including a Billing Specialist so I applied for it.

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  196. joancampbell

    Good morning. Did we not have a new topic today?

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  197. ljwp

    There are also some positions listed for McGregor, Belton & Temple in the employment section in the Central Texas Region.

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  198. markskinner

    Morning. With the announcement of the new Baylor stadium construction, there’s a good possibility that there might be some job creation related to that. After the Waco city council votes in August, the construction prep should commence quickly from the new reports I’ve heard. Might be a good opportunity for some job seekers. You can check out the progression on the http://www.baylor.edu website, linking to the new stadium info tab. later…

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  199. lancesanders

    Hi didn’t see any new topic to post reply. But I’m here. =D

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  200. fgerick

    Good morning everyone,
    Hope everyone had a good week. Jeff I too think I may have to enroll in some courses or something to start over. None of us are to old to start over,it just will take some of us longer, being out of school for so long (meaning me !). I was looking for the resume posting also.
    Mr. Collins you had asked questions earlier if it is important to have an objective. I don’t think it is as important as having a “Summary of Qualifications” listed so that they can see up front everything you can do. I feel that this can help the employer see first hand your qualifications before seeing your past employers. But on the other hand some employers ask for your objectives when you apply for some positions.

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  201. chriscutbirth

    is this site for jobs or just job readiness

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  202. angeladevinney

    As I told Jeff when I emailed him separately, you are never too old to go back to school. There are actually studies that show empirically that anything you do to keep your mind sharp may actually help to ward off things such as dementia and alzheimer’s (such as going back to school, crossword puzzles, brain teasers, sudoku puzzles, etc). When I went back for my Master’s Degree there was a 65 year old woman just beginning her Master’s Degree. I have worked for the past 11 years and am now beginning the 3rd year of my Doctorate. There are people in their 40’s and 50’s entering the same program I’m in alongside those in their 20’s. Never sell yourself short!

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  203. jeffwhite

    Next Question what do I look at as far as a new career. I guess I will look into computer drafting and auto cad. I always enjoyed doing Drafting and Mechanical drawing in high school… I dont know choices , choices lol…

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  204. sheilaparrish

    Good morning everyone. If you will refresh you will now see the new title for June 25, 2012 on Resumes.
    Thank you
    Sheila Parrish

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  205. MissRudd

    @jannpage We always suggest that your work history on a resume should only extend back 10 years. Let’s all talk more about resumes under our new discussion that we have just posted. Thank you all for keeping an eye out for it. It is now up and ready for comments.

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  206. ljwp

    There is a new discussion topic related to resumes under Job Club, now. Apparantly, this one is still tied to the 7/16/2012 topic.

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  207. carolynwalter

    jeridsmith,

    Having been in business and being a Union Contractor several years ago, we hired Union employees through the designated Unions. If interested in this field, I recommend you contact the Plumbers and Pipefitters Union, they can explain the process of becoming an apprentice and getting you signed up correctly. If you have trouble finding the number, contact the AGC (Associated General Contractors) in Waco located on Waco Drive next to El Conquistador.
    Hope this helps get you started!

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  208. Melvin

    Everyone, we are on discussion 2

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  209. Melvin

    Chris the site is for jobs, job search and job-readiness

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  210. Melvin

    Please note we have changed the discussions, go to discussion 2

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  211. MissRudd

    Mr. Cutbirth,
    this site holds many resources for job searching and readiness. If you would like to explore the website you will find articles about job readiness and services like resume construction. To find our list of Job Postings you will need to select the Job Search Tab and click Employment.

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  212. Michael Dutton

    Good Morning,
    I believe that an objective statement is important on a resume. It does not have to be labeled as such on your resume. Instead it can be a short introductory paragraph under the title or type of job that you are looking for or applying for. Below is a comment from a professional career counseling service that I have been using.

    “A professional objective defines the kind of work you want to do within your profession, making it easier for the people you talk with to know exactly what it is you are looking for and be of optimal assistance to you. If you are a human resources professional, for instance, it is important to let people know what kind of human resources position you are looking for (e.g., recruiting, compensation and benefits).”

    Your skills or qualifications that define your expertise can be listed below this statement.

    Hope this helps.

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  213. shellycawthon

    I would like to stay with my current field.

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  214. shellycawthon

    how do I find discussion 2?

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  215. garymccully

    I seem to be systematically excluded from some desirable positions due to age (unable to commit to a long term future with an employer) or “recent” history of work in a particular field. For instance a professor position at MCC, but no recent history of teaching though I taught extensively for years prior to retiring.

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  216. garymccully

    Where is discussion 2 ?

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  217. Daniel Coulon

    Use a cover letter customized for the particular job you are applying for and include it with your standard resume if you’re in a hurry. Customize the resume to target the job you’re applying for if possible.

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  218. Sally Green

    I am currently searching for a job in the accounting/bookkeeping field. I am however considering other options such as maybe getting into Human Resources, or even going back to school to get an associate’s degree in a technical field.

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  219. tedwalton

    Hello, time for my weekly check in. Texas health and human services is hiring for security guards at waco center for youth. The pay is almost $12.00 hr

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  220. mikedpetry

    still looking for a millwright position

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  221. mikepetry

    stiil looking for position as a master millwright

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  222. Ernestine Sample

    I am currently attending college seeking for a degree in Social Work. This is a passion of of mine. I feel that I have the ability to reach out to those that just ned someone to listening. I see myself in the future in this feild helping those that just need a helping hand.

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  223. Ernestine Sample

    Hello, I am currently attending college seeking for a degree in Social Work. This is a passion of of mine. I feel that I have the ability to reach out to those that just need someone to listening. I see myself in the future in this feild helping those that just need a helping hand. We seem to live in a world where paople are faced with so many problems, and differant situations that at times its becomes so hard to breath. I chose this field based not only on my passion, but on the fact that life for some is for every changing.

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  224. tommyharper

    My resume is uploaded and current. Looking to get back to teaching technology at the level post secondary. Although I would not mind going back to being a research tech.

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  225. Beverly Harrell

    My 25+years in Customer Service with the Manufactured Housing Industry has not been successful. I will however continue to search for position as Office Assistant with accounting,quick books and receptionist duties.

    Reply
  226. tammystanphill

    I am looking for a clerical/office manager postion. I was a field supervisor in a home health agency also but have been in clerical and office manager positions. I would like an office position.

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  227. georgiaking

    Looking for part time in same field

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  228. austinholes

    Ive been looking for position’s on Linked In as well might have to relocate to DFW area

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  229. Michael

    Good morning folks, If anyone hear or know any job opening position for an artist, graphic designer, art director, assistant art director in any of these following cities I have listed…Waco, Temple, Killeen, Belton, Fort Hood, and Harker Height. Please email me… bluemoongraphic@yahoo.com Thank you.

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  230. tedwalton

    Man city of waco has lots of job listings

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  231. barbaradugger

    I am continuing on in my present field, I have 30 plus years in The Restaurant/Food Industry. Am hoping to find job soon.

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  232. frankbrown

    Looking to change career field just finish truck driving school and I now have a class A CDL

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  233. Christie Watson

    I would like to remain in the medical ins field,but would also enjoy any other office work.

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  234. tedwalton

    I noticed that durham transportation is looking for class b drivers.

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  235. tedwalton

    At this point in life I would like to stay on my comfort zone as far as same job area but realistically change is inevitable.

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  236. kirstenenglish

    I am looking for a job that would make me happy to go to work. I just haven’t found that yet. I know there is one out there. I would like to stay at data entry/Office Work.

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  237. paulletsop

    I would like to try my hand at another occupation as well keep current in my field of intrest certified nurses aide.

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  238. Daniel Coulon

    Still looking for customer service job but not telemarketing

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  239. billknox

    I enjoy the Law Enforcement Career Field. I enjoy serving my community and providing safety for citizens.

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  240. hcharwell

    learned how to post

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  241. hcharwell

    yes continue using cdl

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  242. zonagreen

    i am interested in the field i am familiar with but am open to new opportunities

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