Need a new job desperately! Please read

Need a new job desperately! Please read

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Desperate

Richmond, KY

#1 Feb 15, 2013
Please no immature or vulgar comments.
This might be an unorthodox method of finding a job but I've already filled out tons of applications and no where is hiring.
Im in desperate need of a job. I am a single mother who had to quit my job because i can no longer travel back and forth to lexington. Im a very dedicated worker, with great customer service and communication skills. I can handle paperwork, typing, scheduling, answering phones, and anything else you might possibly need me to do. I will also clean houses and provide references so you know i am an honest, responsible and loyal person. Please respond with any leads or emails.
opening

Lexington, KY

#2 Feb 15, 2013
i have a open position of house woman. cooking, cleaning, shopping, and pleasing me sexually. pay is very little, close to nothing. no insurance or health bennifits. no 401k. hours are long, weekends and nights are a must. on call duty and own transporation required. must like sports, or be able to pretend that you are interested. must know who won the last championship is each sport for the past 3 years (both college and pro)

provide two 8x10 nude photos, 2 refferences of past mates and reasons from being being let go from those positions.

if you didn't get at least a chuckle out this, do not reply, as sense of humor is required.
have been there

Carlsbad, NM

#3 Feb 15, 2013
Multiband on N Keeneland is hiring. It is an outbound call center for DirecTv

Since: Jun 12

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#4 Feb 15, 2013
opening wrote:
i have a open position of house woman. cooking, cleaning, shopping, and pleasing me sexually. pay is very little, close to nothing. no insurance or health bennifits. no 401k. hours are long, weekends and nights are a must. on call duty and own transporation required. must like sports, or be able to pretend that you are interested. must know who won the last championship is each sport for the past 3 years (both college and pro)

provide two 8x10 nude photos, 2 refferences of past mates and reasons from being being let go from those positions.

if you didn't get at least a chuckle out this, do not reply, as sense of humor is required.
Will this be a 1099 contractor position?
If you are dictating the hours I work and how I am suppose to perform my duties, I will qualify as an employee. This is a concern for me as I see the potential for a workers comp claim-- repetitive stress syndrome, lock jaw, etc... About the sports which three? As I am also a golf and hockey fan you are limiting my creativity.
KMS35

Tucker, GA

#5 Feb 15, 2013
People and their "desperately in need of a job" status kill me. Serve tables. Work at McDonald's. Mow lawns. Clean houses. There is plenty of work that you can do instead of just sitting there going broke. No, it's not a permanent solution, but little income is better than zero income. You can hunt for jobs while you're working a shitty one. Not everyone is going to find a good job, especially in Richmond.
info

Richmond, KY

#6 Feb 15, 2013
Your best bet is to go through a temp agency and tell them you're looking for temp to hire positions only. It won't be easy finding something in Richmond though.
info

Richmond, KY

#7 Feb 15, 2013
There's a secretarial position in the paper online today.
Poster2315112552 0476

Richmond, KY

#8 Feb 15, 2013
Miss E Font wrote:
<quoted text>
Will this be a 1099 contractor position?
If you are dictating the hours I work and how I am suppose to perform my duties, I will qualify as an employee. This is a concern for me as I see the potential for a workers comp claim-- repetitive stress syndrome, lock jaw, etc... About the sports which three? As I am also a golf and hockey fan you are limiting my creativity.

Outstanding!!!
jackie

United States

#10 Feb 15, 2013
Desperate wrote:
Please no immature or vulgar comments.
This might be an unorthodox method of finding a job but I've already filled out tons of applications and no where is hiring.
Im in desperate need of a job. I am a single mother who had to quit my job because i can no longer travel back and forth to lexington. Im a very dedicated worker, with great customer service and communication skills. I can handle paperwork, typing, scheduling, answering phones, and anything else you might possibly need me to do. I will also clean houses and provide references so you know i am an honest, responsible and loyal person. Please respond with any leads or emails.
Just saw a sign posted at Tractor Supply " Now Hiring" located next to Kroger on the bypass. Good luck!
jackie

United States

#11 Feb 15, 2013
Almost check online at care.com
opening

Lexington, KY

#12 Feb 15, 2013
Miss E Font wrote:
<quoted text>
Will this be a 1099 contractor position?
If you are dictating the hours I work and how I am suppose to perform my duties, I will qualify as an employee. This is a concern for me as I see the potential for a workers comp claim-- repetitive stress syndrome, lock jaw, etc... About the sports which three? As I am also a golf and hockey fan you are limiting my creativity.
oh, you most def will get lock jaw.... we're both on the same page of music here!
hey

Ironton, OH

#13 Feb 15, 2013
Go through sites like www.indeed.com
Jonesy

Richmond, KY

#14 Feb 15, 2013
Desperate wrote:
Please no immature or vulgar comments.
This might be an unorthodox method of finding a job but I've already filled out tons of applications and no where is hiring.
Im in desperate need of a job. I am a single mother who had to quit my job because i can no longer travel back and forth to lexington. Im a very dedicated worker, with great customer service and communication skills. I can handle paperwork, typing, scheduling, answering phones, and anything else you might possibly need me to do. I will also clean houses and provide references so you know i am an honest, responsible and loyal person. Please respond with any leads or emails.
There are PLENTY of jobs out there. All you have to do is buy a newspaper for a dolla' and apply for a job and if you get it, show up every day and at least act like you're willing to work for a living. Most employers are actually glad if you show up every day!
michelle

Ashland, KY

#15 Feb 15, 2013
I know of an orthopedic office hiring? Do you have any clerical? Reception? Secretary? Experience.....
Desperate

Richmond, KY

#16 Feb 15, 2013
michelle wrote:
I know of an orthopedic office hiring? Do you have any clerical? Reception? Secretary? Experience.....
I dont have any real experience in that feild but i would be perfect for the job. My mothers a professional secretary and ive spent hours upon hours at work with her my whole life. Im a very organized, responsible person and love interacting with people.

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