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Question by evan: What is the probability that an unemployment office or a staffing agency in Columbus, Ohio can find you a job?
So here’s the situation. I am currently an undergraduate student at Ohio State and am looking for a summer job so that costs of attending college during the summer will be lower. I have been in college for one year and have 3 years left. And that I would be willing to accept any – yes, any – job opening at the unemployment office where I would be accepted. No matter what it is.
If I go to an Unemployment Office and also look at temp and/or staffing agencies and tell them that I am looking for any kind of work, what are the chances I will get it?
That is, I tell the workers at the unemployment office and the temp/staffing agencies in Columbus that I will take any job where someone wants be and have no preference. I would be willing to sweep streets, clean buildings, office rooms, clean and/or work in a restaurant or gas station, work directly for the unemployment office or staffing agency, work at any grocery store, collect garbage, drive a bus, work as a house cleaner or a nanny, anything. And work for any wage that my employer would decide on – any wage at all.
If I were to well them this in person, is there any way to gauge the probability that a staffing agency would find me a job and/or that the unemployment agency would find me a job instead of just giving me unemployment benefits?
Thanks for any help you can provide.
Answer by postal p
I would try a temp agency. Here are some places to contact. http://search.yahoo.com/local/s?p=temp+agency&addr=Columbus%2C+OH
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