a thank you and some tips
I want to thank everyone who gave me their suggestions for helping my sick relative the other day, I'm definitely going to pass the information on next time I see him(which should be soon, we visit a couple of times a month.) I've found a good source of junk-free peanut butter and bulk powdered milk, and I'm pretty sure he has a blender for those shake recipes. :D Now, the tips. K. Lately, I've been job hunting and here's what I've learned: -JC Penney has the best price on ladies' suits, every couple months it seems, they have a sale where EVERY SUIT is 70 dollars. I've gotten 200 dollar suits there for 70, if you have to have a suit, keep an eye out for those sales. They often coincide with a 'Buy one/Get one for 88 cents' sale, so you can stock up on shirts too! Men's shirts are in that sale, too. -Kelly Services has free online training for software and other skills for its reps. There are more in-depth courses that have a small fee, but the more you know, the better assignments they'll offer. So if you're with Kelly, take advantage of this! -Careerbuilder.com also has free online lessons, but they require a fast connection as they have video lessons. Really well done though. -Ripoffreport.com is not perfect, but for those moments when a recruiter makes you an instant job offer that seems too good to be true, you can run the company name through RR and see if your suspicions are founded. Many times these recruiters are fronting for MLMs, they don't plan to give you any work or pay, they just need warm bodies in their office so THEY can get paid. Be careful!