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Old 11-16-09, 04:18 PM   #26
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i don't know of any jobs that don't involve standing that i am qualified for.
Do you have any call centers in your area? It's not the most rewarding job but it beats unemployment and due to turnover, they're usually hiring. Make sure you establish whether it's in-call (the client calls you) or out-call (you call the <potential> client) as not everyone is suited to the latter.

I've done it and while I can't say I enjoyed it particularly, it kept me in beer and if you're even half decent at it, you'll get promoted soon enough, if that's what you want.

Good luck.
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Old 11-16-09, 04:19 PM   #27
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I tried monster but it doesn't really work in my area (Saskatchewan). Local paper was the win for me. Also keep your eye out for stuff on campus - most places have a job board. Cold-call places - I get about 1 a week here and I refer them on to other companies I know are hiring.
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