Jobs?

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  • #592492

    emoticon613
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    hi – i’m DESPARATE for a job, i live in yerushalayim. anyone have any ideas, and if anyone does, they can contact me through the mods. specific ideas, general ideas…anything!!

    #703639

    emoticon613

    It would be helpful, if you could indicate, in which field are you looking for work, and your qualifications.

    #703640

    Horrified
    Participant

    We also live in Jerusalem.

    My wife is also desperate for a job,

    She is willing to do a office job, or work from home.

    She does graphic, photo editing adverts etc.

    if anyone has any ideas please contact her by email; thegraphictouch@gmail.com

    Thanks emoticon613 for your advertising idea!

    #703641

    fghij
    Member

    If you are looking for a secretarial job and can legally work in Israel (e.g. you have working papers or a visa with permission to work in Israel) you can apply to an English speaking company called FXCM Citibook they pay relatively decent. the link to the job is http://www.ou.org/index.php/jobs/job-hiring/74619/ You can try looking into OU’s website or janglo.net for other job opportunities. If you would like to work from home you can look into the Parameds job- from 4:00 pm to 11:00 pm.

    Hatzlacha with whatever you do.

    #703642

    Horrified
    Participant

    any other ideas?

    please post if you do.

    #703643

    emoticon613
    Member

    R.A.: i know, i realized right after my turn at the computer was up. whoops.

    i’m really looking for anything. really. that doesn’t have to do with little kids or math.

    i can teach music, art, english, history, hebrew….anything (except math :)), work in an office entry-level, etc.

    i’m not legal, but one can become legal if s/he has a job lined up.

    horrified: i really really hope it helps. this job crisis really teaches us emunah, doesn’t it?

    fghjj: that was a good idea, thanks.

    #703644

    Horrified
    Participant

    If you are in Israel on a a4? visa [joined to your husbands A2 student visa],

    you CAN get a ‘permitted to work’ stamp on your visa.

    this is a new development thanks to eli yishai,

    if you want one just renew your visa.

    i just got a new visa and i specipicaly asked for it, they gave it to me without any tzoros!

    good luck

    now all my wife needs is a job- any ideas, graphics etc

    pleeeeze!

    thegraphictouch@gmail.com

    #703645

    sms007
    Member

    What ever happened to ywn classifieds? Anyone know of anymore classifieds to look on? If anyone knows of jobs to work at home – I can use that too!!! I can do a lot of stuff from wig washing (and simple blowing) to typing (please don’t start examining my posts now)(don’t worry horrified, no graphics), to writing ….lotsa stuff! (Or a part time job out of the house- but really part time)i’m very hardworking!

    #703646

    mybat
    Member

    Sms, where do you live?

    #703647

    mybat
    Member

    Sms, where do you live? And how old are you?

    #703648

    sms007
    Member

    ny im 20 (how many of you guessed that)?

    #703649

    mybat
    Member

    Would you want to work part time, but on commission? (Good pay)

    #703650

    sms007
    Member

    yea, anything lol. but as what? (I prefer to work in a girls-only enviorment)

    #703651

    mamashtakah
    Member

    Emoticon613, I believe in order to teach in Israel you must be licensed through Misrad HaChinuch.

    #703652

    fabie
    Member

    How about trying to get a job as a cashier in a market or store. Pay is generally around minimum wage, you may need to stand, but you can usually get a job quite easily, and the math is done automatically.

    #703653

    minyan gal
    Member

    mybat – can this job be done from home via computer? If so, I also may be interested.

    #703655

    mybat
    Member

    Minyangal, some part can be done from home but not completely. Sms and minyangal, do you have resumes?

    #703656

    minyan gal
    Member

    Mybat : If this postion can not be done entirely from home then I doubt that I would be able to apply for it as I live in Canada.Thank you anyways.

    #703657

    my heart goes out to anyone who is struggling and I just wanted to offer some (maybe helpful) advice that has always served me well. Start locally, think about a need in your community or a community that you have connections with (anything that people need in terms of a service)and start a business offering it (depending on your experience and qualifications in case you need a license… etc. you should obtain all that you need,possibly including unpaid volunteer/intern experience to familiarize yourself with this area or to gain expertise…etc) in case you have no skills/experience in anything…)

    Once you have a business idea, reach out to retired businessmen or someone you know who is in business but with whom you will not be in competition and run the idea by him (very important). There are prob. community resources of retired businessmen that can meet with you — where I lived before they had an organization like that, check into it.

    Put the word out with everyone you know… especially your Rav, shul, local stores, in other words … network. Invest little and advertise in a local paper — don’t invest a lot of money right away… I’YH if it goes you can then invest whatever you need.

    Most importantly: After you do your hishtadlus, daven to Ribbono Shel Olam to give you the parnassa you need so you can live like a mentsch and serve him properly…because if you are worried about parnassa it is exceedingly difficult. Say a kapittel Tehiliim before any phone call, any meeting, anything you do throughout the day. (so says Rav Shlomo Brevda shlita)

    Just wanted to share what I have found to be true for myself.

    #703658

    craigslist.com actually has a Jerusalem job page (not sure how to get to it) and i’ve seen some interesting things on there. I am also a graphic designer in Jerusalem, so I guess we are in competition!!!

    #703659

    amichai
    Participant

    check out janglo. in israel.

    #703660

    sms007
    Member

    mybat- what is this job for?Lol Resume is no problem

    #703661

    d a
    Member

    I clicked on this thread cause I thought it said Jokes! Anyone hear think Jobs are a Joke? (Mine is!)

    #703662

    Flatbush Mom
    Member

    Any well paying Accounting positions in NYC/ Brooklyn with a nice sviva? have good experience

    #703663

    tomim tihye
    Member

    Jobs are a Coke? No, d a, jobs are a shpritz. Big shpritz.

    sms: Have you checked out college options? Getting that piece of paper may be good hishtadlus toward higher pay.

    #703664

    sms007
    Member

    tomim tihye- so your sponsoring my college bill? Great!!! Seriously speaking, if I was able to go back to college, I would LOVE to be a psychologist.

    #703665

    tomim tihye
    Member

    sms: Financial aid, student loans, there are ways if you want to do it. I finished my B.S. and did my M.S. after I began my motherhood career. It was actually fun (hate that word)!

    #703666

    minyan gal
    Member

    sms – if you really want to return to school, then just do it! When my daughter was about 7 years old I went back to school and became a registered nurse. It wasn’t easy but it was one of the most worthwhile accomplishments of my life. During this time period I still ran my household (I must admit that my exhusband did help out quite a bit),remained active in PTA and was president of my Hadassah chapter for one year.

    #703667

    sms007
    Member

    errrr- I don’t even have an extra hundred evrey monthn lol

    #703668

    bombmaniac
    Participant

    might i suggest to the Editor that YW start a job board?

    #703669

    sms007
    Member

    that’s a great idea bombmaniac 😉 😉 😉

    #703670

    Pashuteh Yid
    Member

    There is an OU job site, and a National Council of Young Israel mailing list, in addition to sites like Jewish Jobs.

    For those in the sciences (mainly bio), check Science Careers and Nature Jobs. Also, for chemists, check the ACS site. For physicists check Physics Today Jobs. For electrical engineers check the IEEE site.

    For those in Academia, check Chronicle of Higher Education. Many universities have their own careers site, and have many regular jobs, in addition to the academic (research and teaching) positions.

    There are is also a Federal Gov’t job site, USAJOBS.

    For those with specialized skills, try 6FigureJobs. These are in addition to the standard places like CareerBuilder, Monster, Dice, HotJobs, and Craigslist.

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