QUOTE(riversouth @ Mar 3 2008, 10:09 PM) [snapback]3543376[/snapback]
where do you apply, what is the qualification?
if they want good gpa, i got that.
experience, bleh yea i say so.
hard worker, check
always arrive on time, ehhhh
but anyway how do you apply for what you said? sounds interesting...
would appreciate very much if you can help.
by the way, working retail sux.
i rather be a local boy driver.
one of my friend said he going to try hook me up with this job where i park people car.
it sounds really good especially i like to work around in the car. lol
hourly + tip, it is around $16-$18/hrs but the schedule is a problem with my school.
check out municipal government agencies. i wouldnt recommend federal as a lot of them are underfunded (ie state parks, Dept of F&G, EPA). most city and municipal branches are actually overfunded. municipal workers are some of the best paid ppl in the country. a muni bus driver in my county rakes in $70,000 a year! guys who drive bulldozers at my company can pull in as much as $85,000 a year its ridiculous. i worked for a county water resource stewardship. its a government branch that basically buys and sells water from creeks and reservoirs to cities in the in the bay area and we make sure ppl dont pollute the water at construction sites, residents, businesses, etc. my qualification was that i was a college student, avg GPA, no criminal record. it probably helped that i knew someone working in the agency and they put in a good word for me. but i would think that with no internal references youd need to at least be on the school honor roll at a university, but we do have some comm college ppl working here. you can usually apply online, but if not just visit the HR department at wherever their is HQ located. i dont know how other agencies work, but where i worked, the pay varied with education level. for eg. a freshman in college would get paid $18/hr, seniors $25/hr, grad students $30/hr, post grad you can get paid as high as $40/hr. good luck
edit. pay would likely vary by region. im in california where the cities are pretty much laid with gold. lucky me. im sure it very similar if you apply to any large metropolitan area.