Tuesday, Sept. 15Posted: Updated:
There will be a career fair today and tomorrow, September 15th and 16th at two location in Phoenix and Mesa.
Job Opportunities include:
Inside Sales Reps, Outside Sales Reps, Account Executives, Retail Managers, Account Managers, Insurance Sales, Customer Service, Technical Sales, Sales Managers, Pharmaceutical Sales, Telesales, Sales Trainer, Merchandiser, Mortgage Brokers, Financial Planner, Route Sales, Retail Sales, Retail Management, Human Resources and much more!
Many of the companies are offering some of the following:
Base + Uncapped Commission Pay Structure
· Flexible Work Schedule
· Full Benefits, 401K, Stock Options
· Company Car or Gas Allowances
· President Club Trips & Other Incentives
· Opportunity for Immense Growth
· $70k + 1st Yr. Salaries
Career fair Locations:
Tuesday, September 15th
Embassy Suites Biltmore
2630 East Camelback Road
Phoenix, AZ 85016
Parking: Self-Parking: $10
Wednesday, September 16th
1011 W Holmes Avenue
Mesa, AZ 85210
Parking: Free Self-Parking
For more information go to: www.HireLive.com
Goodwill of Central Arizona is holding a Fall Job Fest from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Wed., Sept. 16 at 10 Valley Career Centers.
Approximately 35 hiring companies will be participating including: State Farm, Banner Health, U-Haul, Circle K, Goodwill, Basha's and Food City. Hundreds of positions are available!
Goodwill offers Customer Service Training classes with September start dates at select career centers to help job seekers get prepared in advance. The week-long course focuses on resume writing, interview skills, how to use email in a professional setting, excel training and much more! The no cost classes are offered at various locations,
Visit www.goodwillaz.org to find a valley career centers and class in your area or call 602-535-4444.
Spa Week deals
Spa week is coming up, October 12th through the 18th, where you can spa treatments at 8,000 participating spa's, many in Arizona, for just $50 bucks! And they're encouraging people book their appointments now!
Red Door Salon at the Wigwam is offering $50 services for Spa week, October 12-18.
Red Door Salon at Wigwam
300 E Wigwam Blvd
Litchfield Park, AZ 85340
Indian School & Old Litchfield Rd.
Kids and Chores
It’s a parent’s struggle, getting the kids to help out around the house and it can be a huge frustration. Gregg Mursett the creator of “My Job Chart,” has age appropriate chore ideas for us, how to get your kids to help out more, and after much research, his list of the top 5 chores being asked of kids by moms & dads in the Valley.
Top 5 Chores for Kids in Phoenix:
1. Brush Teeth
2. Make Bed
3. Clean Bedroom
4. Get Dressed
5. Comb Hair
3 Tips on Encouraging Kids to do Chores:
1. Incentivize chores with a special day or additional activity
2. Create Trades or Competition
3. Go on Strike
For more information: https://myjobchart.com
Eat well on $4.00
Can you really make a great meal with just four dollars? Leanne Brown seems to think so. She says kitchen skills, not budget is the key to great food. She gives us tips and talking points on to eat well and cheap.
Tips & Talking Points:
1. Today, 46 million people are living on a food budget of about $4 a day so Good and Cheap is a resource to make life easier for people who have to face that reality. It's also a resource for countless others on tight budgets, such as students, seniors on a fixed income, recent college grads, and young families.
2. Buy versatile foods (such as flour, canned tomatoes, or garlic) that can be used in multiple meals.
3. Buy in bulk buying larger amounts of one item can usually bring down the price per unit. For example, buckets of plain yogurt are the best value for your money. If you start with plain yogurt, you can make your own favorite flavors in your own kitchen, where you know exactly what's going into it.
4. Get creative with wilted vegetables. Although wilted veggies might not remain fit for a salad, they'll still be wonderful in any dish that called for sautéed, grated, or baked vegetables. They can also be used in broth.
5. Start building a pantry. If possible, reserve part of your budget to buy one or two semi-expensive pantry items each week or month. Things like olive oil, soy sauce, and spices are pricey at first, but if you use just a little with each recipe, they go a long way.
Leanne Brown has written a cook book, “Good and Cheap: Eat well on $4/day.” is a cookbook like no other, demonstrating why kitchen skill, not budget, is the key to great food.
Tuesday, September 15th @ 7PM
Changing Hands Bookstore
300 W Camelback Rd
Phoenix, AZ 85013
Store phone: 602.274.0067
Author website: www.LeanneBrown.com
Purchase the book: http://www.amazon.com/Good-Cheap-Eat-Well-Day/dp/0761184996
Publisher: Workman Publishing: http://www.workman.com/products/9780761184997/
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