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Anybody know of any Columbus job openings?

Discussion in 'Ohio Glockers' started by OhioLibertarian, Feb 16, 2007.

  1. Matt VDW

    Matt VDW Millennium Member

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    Ohio State University is always hiring someone for something. Have you checked http://jobs.osu.edu/ ?
     

  2. OhioLibertarian

    OhioLibertarian Senior Member!?

    Yep... Thanks for the reply man!
     
  3. Columbus is the state capitol. The state government should have a web site of jobs. Google around. How about the Columbus Chamber of Commerce with your background? Also, Honda has a big plant north of Columbus.
     
  4. ColGlock

    ColGlock

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    Umm, Considering he ran AGANIST the current administration...
    There is that little issue with Politics.

    Besides that He would end up pulling his hair out with the insanity of state workers.
     
  5. Best wishes. :thumbsup:

    I.M.O. Columbus's government has become a bastion of socialist power. If you like firearms I recommend any city over Columbus, Ohio. Anywhere out of Ohio would be preferred. :shocked: :sad:
     
  6. SlickGlock

    SlickGlock

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    Some people working for the City of Columbus have opinion quite different from the mayor's and the council's. If you are able to get a job in the city, take it.
    http://www.csc.columbus.gov/Jobs/index.asp
    The listing changes weekly. Good luck!
     
  7. anyplainjoe

    anyplainjoe Nobody special.

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    I'd do a web search of the largest Columbus employers(Chase, Nationwide, etc), then check their websites. Some of the better personel agencies, ie Dawson) have temp to hire positions.

    I'd increase your salary requirements, at $9/hr is a bit too low and might cast you in an bad light with such a nice sounding degree.
     
  8. Ender

    Ender ComfortablyNumb

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    agreed. people don't get degrees to make 9 bucks an hour. the MINIMUM starting wage you should be looking at is probably $15/hr.

    hop on monster, or career builder, and check out what YOU WANT to do and what it is paying in your area. then GO FOR IT.

    what i've learned recently is that good jobs are gotten one of two ways. by knowing someone, or by the internet.

    more good companies are accepting resumes by internet, hiring by internet, etc...

    if you can't find anything through monster, pick a few companies you would like to work for and go to their websites, like anyplainjoe said. biggest thing with that is, make sure you apply, and then contact them in a few days to "follow up" on your resume/application. that will put you WAY ahead of the 100 other applicants who simply sent their info in and forgot.
     
  9. Matt VDW

    Matt VDW Millennium Member

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  10. drake22

    drake22

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    I work in the HR field, so maybe I can add some input.

    In today's society only 4% of the jobs landed are from the internet. (Monster, CareerBuilder and Yahoo's Hotjobs.)

    86% are from NETWORKING, you have to know someone to get a job. Sad but true!!! Tell everyone you know that you are on the market. (Cousins, neighbors, friends, church members, old high school buddies, or any one else that will listen.)

    10% are still from the good ole Sunday classfieds.

    Shocking, but these stats are from a 2005 survey so they are very recent. The thing about the internet is that you're competing with a huge audience for the same job.

    Recent college grads should expect to make between $28K to $35K depending on your field, education and location.

    Hope this helps and if I can help, just let me know.
     
  11. anyplainjoe

    anyplainjoe Nobody special.

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    Huh, I would have thought the internet figure would have been much, much higher.