Dress code - do you want to dress up everyday? Location - is it close to family and friends? Room for advancement. Salaray Employer paid benefits. Vacation/Sick Time Company size Is the company financially sound? Do you see them going out of business anytime soon? Distance from where you live/time to travel Office/working area - do you have to work in an office with no sunlight or windows?
A person should consider the pay, benefits, and location of a position before accepting. They should also consider the physical demands of the job, the types of clientele they may have, and what the company sells before accepting the job. Other factors include the hours they will be working, how far they will have to travel, their uniform, and who they will be working for.
Ask yourself the following question's. 1) Will I be bored with this job. 2) Is it something I will look forward to everyday? 3) Can I see myself at this job in the years ahead? 4) Do I think I can of help to people that work at this place of business? 5) I am just taking this job because I have to, or want to? 6) What do I like most in the everyday life that I can relate to at this job? Some Examples: cooking, cleaning, talking on the phone, helping others. GOOD LUCK!
The following factors should be considered when looking for a job:
1. What kind of work are you capable of doing, and what kind do you wish to do? (If the kind of work that you wish to do is not something you are presently capable of doing, can you get training in that line of work?)
2. What job openings exist?
3. Are the job openings in a location that you can get to, and if they are not, are you willing to move in order to be able to get a job?
4. How much money do you need, and how much money is being offered by jobs that you are considering?
5. Does the job offer you the fringe benefits, such as medical insurance, pension plan, paid vacations etc., that you require?
6. Are there any other special requirements that you have to meet in order to obtain the job that you want? If you are moving to a new country to get work, you need a work permit of some kind.
This question is a little mixed. It depends on who is looking for a job. Is it an experienced professional or is it a graduate just out of college.
If an experience professional,he should be looking for a job in the industry and role in which he has the experience. He should choosing companies which are stable and employee caring. Check on the companies background,performance ,age of the company and how the company has been doing for last 3-5 years. Also one should see the market conditions before looking for a job.If he is employed and looking for a job,he should be very careful while choosing the job.Example if he is from the Oil & Gas industry he should see if his target company has projects for at least 2 years so that he is not fired as soon as he joins due to shortage of projects in the company.
If the job-seeker is a graduate ,he should stick to his interest and educations where he desires to make his career.
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Some factors that should be taken into consideration when looking for a job include:
Someone needs to consider his skills or training and the proposed payment when choosing jobs. Self evaluation of skills will reveal to a person if the salary offer is worth his input.
Ask "Is this a job you might enjoy?" Or "Am I getting paid good money?" Those are some really important questions you should ask yourself before taking a job.
You need to know the cost and the safety.
that u read it
do you know them if you do then add them if you dont then dont
pay, how many kids, ages of kids, hours.
My name is something that you don't need to know! -_-
Before accepting a cash settlement for an injury it is important to know the amount of medical bills as well as any outstanding. In addition, it's important to make sure that you are completely recovered because any expenses incurred after settlement, you will have to pay them out of pocket! Make sure you talk to an attorney and get released for a doctor before settling.
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I don't know but I think it has something to do with someones name or a sound or something
identify (someone or something) from having encountered them before; know again
I do not know get a life do something
Actually you do. Babies know the sound of their mother's voice and heartbeat.
It is not in the same place as it was before left that way.