We are calling out all unemployed people from 19 to 35 of age for various vacancies (We need only 100 candidates per province)
(DO NOT PAY FOR ANY JOB POSITION)
Whereabouts: All provinces
A) Must be in position of grade 10 or higher
B) RSA Citizenship
C) Must be unemployed
D) Clear criminal record
Choosing a career is one of those momentous decisions that can change the course of your life. Such an important decision deserves considerable time and introspection. Ample information and self-examination can help you choose a satisfying career that you will enjoy for years to come.
Evaluate Your Work Style
The right career for you will be suited to your work style. Are you a self-starter who accomplishes goals on your own, or do you need the discipline of a structured work environment to do your best? An honest evaluation of your work style will help you decide whether a career where you work independently is right for you. If you’re naturally a daydreamer or a procrastinator, you may do well in a career where a supervisor help you stay on task.
Know Your Talents
Do you have a hobby or a talent that you love and are good at? Think of ways to transform activities that come naturally to you into a career. Working with wood, playing an instrument or trying different hair styles can lead to careers as a custom furniture marker, a musician or a hair stylist. Doing what you love can lead to a rewarding career.
In addition to using your specific job skills, look at your inventory of “soft” business skills. These are skills such as leadership, time-management, interpersonal communications and project-management
HOW TO APPLY
E-mail applications to: email@example.com