Careers2
Updated: 11/6/2018
Careers2
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  • 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.
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