Your Questions About Job Finder

Susan asks…

i am british and want to work in las vegas. do you know some good job finder sites for chefs?

Also i need to get info on how to get a visa and requirements etc. also info for accomodation and costs.

Robin West answers:

You may have a hard time getting a good job here without a local address. I would highly advise you to get any old job just to pay the bills, even if its a lousy one, so you will have the ability to take some time and make sure you get a job that works well for you. No sense settling for less in the land of opportunity. = )

James asks…

What is a good job finder site for 16 year olds or in other words, teens?

Robin West answers:

I like wikianswer it helped me find what i was looking for but also yahoo question is also helping me.

Steven asks…

What’s the best online job finder for college grads?

Robin West answers:

It depends on your field. For specialized fields, there are sites for just that type of job. For instance, I’m an architectural historian. The employers who are looking to hire somebody like me will list jobs on preservenet or the job boards for the profession societies. Teaching jobs are the same way – schools don’t advertise on general employment sites. So, if there’s a professional society for your field, start there. They often have job postings and they all have links to other employment sites for the field.

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