Check your local newspaper's help wanted online. I just went through ours, and not counting the obvious work at home scams, the Employment 1 scam (they charge you to find a job, and it's never the one advertised), and the ads that are actually for unemployment support groups at churches, there are about 35 listings here. That is including the listings for exotic dancers and "tribute band guitarist." We have ~10k ppl unemployed.
Just curious, based on some comments in the other questions about daycare benefits and sahm vs working.
Answer by lovinangels at 5:05 PM on Mar. 23, 2009
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Answer by Anonymous at 4:58 PM on Mar. 23, 2009
I don't get the paper, but the Denver Post online job search has close to 400 listings (I didn't take time to weed out all the scams). I also looked at the job listings at the mall near me and 30 stores are hiring. No one there was hiring even a month ago (and no one at that mall hired seasonal help over Christmas). Most of the job listings I looked at were healthcare and tech jobs though. Which is good news for me because I was in healthcare but my job was in research and was cut because funding was cut. I guess things here are picking up, but they weren't as bad here as in some places.
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