I am trying to find a good job as a cashier. I wonder what sources I should use?
Okay, I will go try them out!
Well there are three types of sources, Printed Resources, Networking, and the Internet. You should try out each to help find you a job as a cashier.
I have found a cashier job on Indeed.com at our local grocery store, and I sent a polite email to the manager, telling about my education, my name, and some skills I have. I have left him to get back to me if he wants to interview me.
Mark wants find a job as a cashier, but he does not know how. He decides to ask his counselor for job sources.
Hey look there is a cashier job sign you was right! Lets go togther and ask the manger if there is still a job available.
Accepting cashier jobs now!
Now that the counselor has told him the three types of sources, Printed, Networking, and the Internet, Mark will go use them to help find a a job.
Look there is a newspaper for a cashier job near my place!
Mark has found a job opening at his local grocery store (a general website: Indeed.com) and has sent an email to the store manager expressing his interest for an interview.
Well it looks like I don't need to call the number on the newspaper, because I just got an email back from the manager offering to interview me. The internet is easy to use and helped find me a job fast! Now I just need to ace my interview.
This is networking- Mark and his friend are going together to talk to the manager in person.
This is printed resource- Mark sees a newspaper on the ground saying that they are accepting new cashier jobs. He will call the number on the ad.
In the end the Internet worked the best for Mark. The other sources were present however and he did use them.