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Any jobs out there ? - May 12, 2010, 11:56 AM

Looking to network with others to see what is out there ..... Md, DC or Va
Anything good for mid-level ? Been in sales/marketing all my life


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Any of your companies hiring? any help would be great ....


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May 12, 2010, 12:21 PM

Industry.
Time in the industry.
etc. etc.

You post it way too broad. Yeah, there are jobs. Grab a broom. Get a lawnmower.



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right ... and thank you

the point is to keep an open
mind ... maybe I haven't thought
of the industry yet ... better to be a
little bit more broad


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Any help or ideas would be great .... you can also shoot me an email


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check out craigslist. I wasn't getting any calls from mosnter, dice, careerbuilder and others, but once I started applying for jobs on there, I was getting calls left and right.

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Find yourself an warehouse in an industrial park.
Get a liquor license (or get it in someone else's name if you've got an "F")
Open a Gentlemen's establishment.

Sit back - enjoy the show - keep and eye on the bar - don't touch your merchandise, stay profitable.




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ok ..... next


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Find yourself an warehouse in an industrial park.
Get a liquor license (or get it in someone else's name if you've got an "F")
Open a Gentlemen's establishment.

Sit back - enjoy the show - keep and eye on the bar - don't touch your merchandise, stay profitable.

I love it, You should take this proposal to the bank/investors


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Yall think I should open a strip club ? no thanks .... still looking


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I get you are looking for jobs, but no one is going to offer you a job w/o any type of information on what you do.

marketing sales? does that entail best buy ? or maybe something along the way of software sales? government experience?

I mean look at what you're asking.


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Mods ... please delete this thread

Thanks


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I found some people that wanted to help ... thanks


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I get you are looking for jobs, but no one is going to offer you a job w/o any type of information on what you do.

marketing sales? does that entail best buy ? or maybe something along the way of software sales? government experience?

I mean look at what you're asking.
I didn't think it was that difficult ... and I was looking for any type so I'm not. Overlooking anything.. but I get it ... to hard to picture


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