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October 2015

Daily Work is the Answer

Daily Work is the Answer My parents came to the United States in 2000. They could not go back to Laos because of their religion, so my parents were granted religious asylum in the U.S. They had no plan about how to live in the U.S., and their five children were still in Laos. In 2000, they had very little money and no permanent housing, so they slept with distant relatives from one month to the next. My parents didn’t have transportation and knew very little English. Just like most of Daily Work’s job seekers, they needed employment to support …
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How to Make a Great First Impression

How to Make a Great First Impression Why should I hire you? Are you the best person for the job? What kind of experience do you have? These are just a few of the questions hiring managers are trying to answer when they hire a new employee. When you apply for a job, your resume is the first impression you make on a potential employer. Therefore it is crucial that you, as the interviewee, make it as easy as possible for them to answer those questions. Your resume is your first chance to share your personal employment story with a …
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Hope + Opportunity = Joy

Hope + Opportunity = Joy Job seekers come for our help and bring with them their hope. Hope is really what Daily Work represents to so many people. Hope for a job, for better wages, better working conditions or better work hours. People come through our door with hope for a better life for them and their families. Throughout our lives the work we perform sustains us, from it we obtain shelter, food, clothing, health, and community. The resiliency we form to combat and face the many challenges of life is that of hope. Hope is intertwined with all change in …
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