Get A Job Now [NOOK Book]

Overview

The premise of this book is simple: cities and states in The United States
locations of great union jobs. Many of these jobs are looking for apprentices
to train on-the-job, such as in the construction industry. At this time in the USA
many people are facing hardships of ...
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Get A Job Now

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Overview

The premise of this book is simple: cities and states in The United States
locations of great union jobs. Many of these jobs are looking for apprentices
to train on-the-job, such as in the construction industry. At this time in the USA
many people are facing hardships of unemployment or low-paying jobs by
either not knowing where the jobs are or they don't have the skills to get hired.
This book gives you the knowledge of information as to where you can start to
look for work.
I decided to write this book because I saw that people were unaware of jobs
that are right in their hometown or a close drive away. It may take some
time to get into the union once you apply for membership, but once you do you
will reap the benefits of making good money and learning a trade. I have firsthand
knowledge because I've worked with several unions in my hometown and
I was indecisive about which one I wanted to settle with because they all were
so great and I learned skills that will last a lifetime.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940015517118
  • Publisher: River Flowing Publishing
  • Publication date: 7/17/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 385
  • File size: 135 KB

Meet the Author

Tami Harrison is the author of A Life Less Normal. A former nail technician, and construction worker; Currently an inventor with a patent issued. She attended Alabama State University in Montgomery, Al.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 18, 2012

    This book helped me get a job!

    I was skeptical at first thinking it wouldn't help me find work, but I went to one of the addresses it had listed in my area and they accepted me and found me my first job as a laborer. And at only 5 bucks it was worth it. I highly recommend!

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