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Old 04-02-2015, 11:53 AM
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I am currently looking for a new career opprotunity but in general I have been trying to make up a list of the better paying jobs in the area just to keep an eye on them. I currently make $18.50/hr and I was looking for the same or preferably more. I probably have a lot of the most common places such as Union Pacific, city jobs and a few others but I know there are probably plenty of companies I have no clue about. So if you know of any (hiring at the moment or not please let me know) Also I don't have much useful previous experiences and things like that such as CDL, degrees or whatever. Labor or office jobs it doesn't matter to me, I've done both types. Thanks in advance
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Old 04-02-2015, 12:37 PM
Location: Omaha, NE
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Without knowing your experience and what you're looking for, it's difficult to help you. The Nebraska Department of Labor's job board allows you to sort your searches by salary. Maybe start there.

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Old 04-02-2015, 01:49 PM
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More looking for companies to watch for and companied that don't require much. I graduated high school but if they're willing to train I'll learn it. Like I said I've done all different things. Like got hired on at TD ameritrade and learn Microsoft excel and all their programs then now I have a physical labor job that doesn't require to much skill but requires you to do the job fast and a lot of pulling and lifting of heavy product. I have customer service skills as well. Like for instance next week I have an interview with bnsf for a conductor position. Never have done anything with trains but apparently their ok with that and will train me if they decide to choose me. Looking for stuff kinda like that if I made any sense lol
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