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Job Listing Guidelines - Please Read First!

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Job Listing Guidelines - Please Read First!

Postby StudentGuru » Fri, 19 Jan 2007 09:23:08 -0500

The Employment Forum is not a discussion place for students but an arena for those offering jobs and employment to students to post information about those jobs. The listings will automatically appear on:
http://www.internationalstudent.com/jobsearch

Rules and Guidelines:
1 - Please keep the title short and to the point
2 - Post one job per post
3 - Contact information is allowed either to a website, email or telephone number

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Re: Job Listing Guidelines - Please Read First!

Postby jolinarodriguez » Sun, 05 Oct 2008 10:28:58 -0500

Hello!!
Thanks, a very informative and educational site
keep it up and keep in touch

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Re: Job Listing Guidelines - Please Read First!

Postby berlahairoi » Fri, 25 Jun 2010 10:36:56 -0500

To the Employers,

I am Mr.Michael Abejuela Linsahan from Philippines,currently working at Kingdom of Saudi Arabia as a STEEL FABRICATOR/WELDER in the company of SAIPEM ENI .Its a gas and oil separation plant.I am looking for a job somewhere in Canada which related to my skills,since my contract is about to be end this coming December 2010.Its an optional desire i got in my heart,if there' any BIBLE COLLEGE or CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS GROUP where willing to help me to land a job and at the same TIME studying at there BIBLE COLLEGE it would be GREAT for me cause the calling of my life will be fulfill.Thanks in advance to anyone that will be willing to be used in the LORD to help in this endeavor.
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Re: Job Listing Guidelines - Please Read First!

Postby Mia anderison » Thu, 14 Jun 2012 03:32:05 -0500

Nice topic by the way, but there is a drawback the employers are less on this page.
Invite employers to this forum please :) otherwise this page would be very less effective.

Kind advice :)
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Re: Job Listing Guidelines - Please Read First!

Postby Jude » Sun, 17 Jun 2012 05:03:23 -0500

Mia anderison wrote:Nice topic by the way, but there is a drawback the employers are less on this page.
Invite employers to this forum please :) otherwise this page would be very less effective.

Kind advice :)

Agree with Mia! Please please invite some employers.
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Re: Job Listing Guidelines - Please Read First!

Postby MariaXiong » Tue, 01 Jan 2013 04:07:17 -0500

Thanks for the nice information :)
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Re: Job Listing Guidelines - Please Read First!

Postby iwoncia » Thu, 28 Mar 2013 04:02:12 -0500

By the way, if any of you would like to make some extra cash, I can offer you a part-time job for $20-25 per hour. It's not hard and you may even find it fun. It involves speaking in English over Skype with those who need someone to correct their mistakes in grammar and pronunciation. Will be paid on a daily basis. If interested, please mail to: adm24.vacancy@gmail.com
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Re: Job Listing Guidelines - Please Read First!

Postby Sunny111 » Thu, 16 May 2013 08:55:34 -0500

Now, being a student, I work as a freelance writer and am extremely pleased with the position occupied. Al I want to say is that it's a perfect option for students providing them with flexible timetable and substantial income.
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Student Placement at Strategy Internet Marketing

Postby Sean21 » Wed, 12 Jun 2013 09:48:32 -0500

To really grasp what you are studying and to get a better mark, I would recommend a student placement. I am currently on a year out in Bristol UK on a student placement year in industry on my 4 year Marketing Degree. The years experience has really enhanced my CV and not just increased my chances of starting a successful career after university, but I have also gained a greater focus to go back to my final year and achieve a better mark.

Here is where I am currently spending my year out and we have also taken on those who are not from the UK:
http://www.strategyinternetmarketing.co.uk/about-us/ppc-seo-jobs/strategy-work-experience-placements/
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Re: Job Listing Guidelines - Please Read First!

Postby Charity1 » Wed, 19 Jun 2013 12:57:45 -0500

nice to visit here and got such a nice experience to visit here..........
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Re: Job Listing Guidelines - Please Read First!

Postby betul » Wed, 19 Jun 2013 08:48:12 -0500

Sunny111 wrote:Now, being a student, I work as a freelance writer and am extremely pleased with the position occupied. Al I want to say is that it's a perfect option for students providing them with flexible timetable and substantial income.



Hi Sunny111 and everybody! I've been an international student for about 13 years. I have many credentials from an accredited university in Illinois as an educator. I got two different foreign language endorsements (Arabic and Spanish other than English and my native language) from ISBE. I was found over-qualified many times when I applied for a position in Chicagoland (CPS and many other schools). Therefore, I cannot get a job as an educator and as a result I cannot get an HB1 visa/permanent residency. I have many other skills/abilities that I could use as well and writing is one of them. However, the experts from SEVP told me that as an international student I am not permitted to do any work including, writing, tutoring, editing etc. I need a permanent job to be able to get a permanent residency. What can you guys say about it?

Your suggestions are greatly appreciated. :D

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Re: Job Listing Guidelines - Please Read First!

Postby RashedMohamed » Mon, 02 Sep 2013 01:19:21 -0500

This is really a nice forum for students.
It is the current generation of graduates that is suffering the most considerable hardship, however, as minimal employment opportunities and spiraling debt continue to undermine future prospects. According to a recent online survey, more than 40% of U.S. college graduates are either underemployed or working in jobs that do not even require a college degree. Subsequently, cumulative student debt in the U.S. has soared beyond the $1 trillion mark, which in turn has created a demographic that is unable to repay the cost of their education or contribute toward the growth of a nation's economy.
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