July 31, 2011
Hello July job seekers…I hope that the postings have been very useful and informative to you as you have searched for that new job, additional job or jobs you thought a friend or loved one may want. Next month, I will start focusing on specific catergories and seperate them to suit your local area or areas of expertise. If you have any suggestions, please do not hesitate to let me know…I will post what I can find and even keep an eye out for your requests. So, have a happy 31st and see ya next month!
Happy Job Hunting!
July 17, 2011
Good morning! This is the day the Lord has made, let us rejoice and be glad in it! If we have woken up this morning, we have much to be thankful for. Today is another opportunity to share how much we have been blessed, not just physically, but spiritually. God has shown us His Manifested Presence in everything we see around us! In the beauty of this great land we live in, in the wonders of the vegetation and flowers, in seeing children run and play, in new life of both animals and humans, etc. I could go on and on, but I’ll keep it short. God has blessed so many people in our area with employment and we should rejoice! But if you are still looking for a job or even a second job to help you provide for your family, keep looking! We are finding them daily and posting them every day!
Happy job hunting!
July 11, 2011
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July 7, 2011
Hello Job Seekers:
I hope that you are having some success in finding jobs to fit your needs. It seems like Mercer County and her surrounding areas are full of available positions, so there is no reason you should not find a job. I have tried to hit every category, so click on the Archives to get a newspaper column reading or click each category and it will also give you a list of job openings.
By the way, I have also posted a few “Work From Home” opportunities. You may ask, are they legitimate? Yes, they are! I worked for one of the companies for over a year, in my own home office. They are nothing like the Multi Level Marketing/Direct Marketing, get rich quick schemes. They are “real” jobs that you can do right in your own home and receive a paycheck.
Happy Job Hunting,
July 4, 2011
Hello Job Seekers:
Happy 4th of July!
I hope that you are finding my blog to have some good information for you and some excellent job possibilities. I have been praying about expanding my searches and including more surrounding counties opportunities i.e. Anderson, Franklin, & Fayette. Who knows, it could span out even further as the time goes. All I know, is that I feel God is telling me to help my fellow friends in finding jobs by posting them and other helpful hints.
Happy job hunting and have a safe holiday!
July 2, 2011
“HARRODSBURG — When the economy has fallen and can’t seem to get back up, the job of industrial recruiter goes from difficult to nearly impossible. Drew Dennis, executive director of the Harrodsburg-Mercer County Industrial Development Authority, has been on something of a roll ever since he started in April 2009. Dennis’ success in trying times seems to stem from the philosophy that it’s wise to take care of what you’ve got even as you are on the lookout for new opportunities.” To read more, click here.
Hope you have enjoyed the article. It just confirms what I was saying…I think that our community is so blessed!
Happy Job Hunting!
June 20, 2011
Hello Job Seekers,
I hope that you are enjoying finding job opportunities in our area and now is time for the nitty-gritty. I will begin attaching links of some of the great resources I have found to enable you to find the best method to writing your own.
Some can be very simple, while others can become quite complex, depending on what you would include based on your experience. The best advice I can give you is always, always, always write a resume, even if the business doesn’t require it. Some businesses may say they are accepting applications, so always have an up to date resume to use while filling them out.
One other thing to remember…I was in management positions more than once, and the thing that impressed me the most about those who would apply for a position was, in addition to the resume, their applications were completely filled out and were legible. One small idea behind the application process is to see if you will complete it by following all the directions and never writing “see resume” on the application. So fill out every blank , dot every “I” and cross every “T.”
If you have any questions, please fill free to ask. I can even proof read your resume if you would like.
Happy job hunting,