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Need a JOB? Try THIS

Six Flags is looking to fill 2,500 job openings over the next two weeks. The jobs range from entry level to seasonal management, and include benefits and flexible schedules. Six Flags is planning a job fair Saturday, February 9 from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. Job seekers can apply online or in person at the park. AND Dozens of local companies, ... Read More »

Charter Has Jobs!

Need a Job?  You might find one with Charter! Charter is looking to fill 150 new positions in direct sales and broadband installation throughout the bi-state region. Charter expects to fill these positions between now and the middle of the year in various locations, including metro St. Louis, Alton, Belleville, Cape Girardeau, Colombia, Fenton, Granite City, Mt. Vernon, Osage Beach, ... Read More »

Get That Job

So you’re on a job interview, you’re already nervous, then, you get to the “bizarre questions”! What do I mean by that? Well, in the last few years companies have been asking their interviewers to try and really get “inside the heads” of prospective employees. So they ask questions like “If you were a tree, what kind would you be?” ... Read More »

WEIRD JOBS THAT PAY WELL

Finding a job these days isn’t exactly easy. But there are jobs out there — if you don’t mind going the unconventional route. Try these out: SHOT GIRL — For a woman in her 20s, taking home between $300 and $600 a night is excellent pay, which is about how much shot girls make.They’re paid 25 cents for every shot ... Read More »

THE WORST (AND MOST COMMON) JOB INTERVIEW MISTAKES

Arriving late. Arriving too early. Lighting up a cigarette, or smelling like a cigarette. Bad-mouthing your last boss. Lying about your skills/experience/knowledge. Wearing the wrong (for this workplace!) clothes. Forgetting the name of the person you’re interviewing with. Wearing a ton of perfume or aftershave. Wearing sunglasses. Wearing a Bluetooth earpiece. Failing to research the employer in advance. Failing to ... Read More »