Nashville is growing in population and number of businesses. With the consistent growth, jobs are becoming available every single day. If you are looking for a job, here are a few tips that you can use to begin. You can start your search online to save you time, narrow down your search, and apply online for almost every job being offered. Keep reading…
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Before you start searching online for your job, what are you most interested in working? If you want to stay in the same profession, then continue your search online for a job in that field. If you are ready to switch your career, then find something available that interest you. Don’t feel guilty for switching careers. It’s better to do something that you like or want to do than to do something that you dread doing every single day for the rest of your life.
When searching for a job online, you will have the opportunity to click on the company website to learn more about the history of the company and what they have to offer employees. This would be a good time to do a search to determine if they are reputable, they have good reviews from former employees, and they have been in business for a while.
Choosing a Job
Before you can choose a job to apply for, it’s important that you know what you are wanting out of your job search. Of course, you want to work a job that you like, one that pays good, one that offers benefits, and one that is located in Nashville, so you don’t have a long drive to make every single day.
Health care jobs include those who have direct patient care and those who have indirect patient care.
Direct-patient care includes physicians, Registered Nurses, LPN’s, or LVN’s, nursing assistants, radiology tech, ultrasound tech, lab tech, X-ray tech, and more.
Indirect – patient care includes operator, admission specialists, ER admission specialist, records clerk, mail room clerk, insurance billing representative, scheduler, and more. There are so many positions within a medical setting that all work together as part of the patient’s team.
Pay can range from $13/hour to $100,000 or more per year depending on what position you take.
Retail jobs can range from cashier to stock associate. There are retail jobs available inside of hotels, hospitals, shops, stores, boutiques, and any other place that sales products and/or services.
Pay for retail can start at $10/hour and can go up as high as $23/hour
If you want to work in the educational field but don’t have a degree or certification, there are entry level educational jobs available that can give you a good start on your career. Educational positions include administrative, teaching assistant, cook, cafeteria helper, janitor, bus driver, crossing guard, librarian, and more.
Once you find the career that you are interested in, you can upload your current resume to apply for the position. You will be able to apply for as many positions as you qualify for.