By Nikki Ross | email@example.com Five days a week Eric Rojas goes to work, turns on the lights and sits behind a counter and sells fandom merchandise to tourists. He’s glad he has a job at Fantasyland so he can pay the bills, but this…
Every professor and career advisor will tell college students to create a LinkedIn account, but what they don’t tell you is how to use it effectively.
By Alyssa Menard | firstname.lastname@example.org
My summer job that has been supporting me and allowing me to be a full-time student was lost in the Sequester and I’m not very surprised. My job was determined on a year-to-year budget basis so when cuts are being made, naturally they go from the least important jobs up.
By Cassie Colby | email@example.com
Clearly flustered, 20-year-old Asiah Bennett briefly explains the dress code at her job while simultaneously tossing colorful tops and street wear onto the floor.
By Sarah Worthington | firstname.lastname@example.org Sixteen officers will lose their jobs in January as part of the restructuring plan for the St. Augustine Beach Police Department. The choice to alter the department was voted on earlier this summer by the City Commission, with the support…
By Jaime Greco | email@example.com
It seems to be that time of year when Flagler College student’s refunds are running low and students are beginning to realize that it is time to find a job before the holiday season.
by Jill Houser | firstname.lastname@example.org
Several St. Johns County residents have traded in their suits and ties for ankle high work boots, hoping to get a job.
“It’s really sad,” Julie Tucker, customer service representative at Labor Ready in St. Augustine, said. “These aren’t homeless men. These are men who lost their jobs as actual business owners.”
By Lauren Belcher | CBelcher@flagler.edu
Alicia Abbott, First Chair of Publicity for Student Government Association, donned a new hat Nov. 10 when she presented a club for approval at the SGA meeting.
By Emily Hoover | email@example.com
Present Moment CafÃ© and Kulture Hookah Lounge feel the destructive effects of continued construction on West King Street.
“The construction was supposed to benefit the area,” said Yvette Schindler, owner of Present Moment CafÃ©, an organic eatery on the street.
“But, if it doesn’t hurry up, there will be no merchants left,” she said. “It should have been finished sooner. In another area, it would have been finished sooner.”
By Danielle Lazard | firstname.lastname@example.org
A college degree can only get you so far, especially these days. In this economy it is becoming increasingly harder and harder to find a job after college.