Job Seeker Profiles
Meet some of the dedicated job seekers that Daily Work has helped and guided down the path towards finding long-term gainful employment and a better life for themselves and their families. Read More
The Faces of Daily Work
Here is a short video featuring five people whose lives have changed because of Daily Work. Watch it now.
When he first arrived in America, Obang said it was very difficult to find a job. He did not know English well. He did not know our American culture. He didn’t have a network of people to assist him and he had no transportation. Watch it now.
When he first met Daily Work, Kirk said he was skeptical: He didn’t believe anyone truly wanted to help him and what’s more, he did not believe in asking others for help. Daily Work helped Kirk realize “help” is a two-way street. Read More.
When he first arrived in America, Obang said it was very difficult to find a job. He did not know English well. He did not know our American culture. He didn’t have a network of people to assist him and he had no transportation. Read More.
Fueled by the desire to support herself and her two sons, Frehiwot did everything she could to find work. After immigrating to Minnesota from a refugee camp in Kenya, where she successfully had managed a hair salon, she spent almost two years attending skills classes, working on her English, and visiting the public library to browse and apply for jobs. But she was losing hope. Read More
Dustan's and Nicole's Story
Dustan wondered every day whether he would arrive at his new job to learn that he had been fired. Without a car, he struggled to find transportation from the northern suburbs to his production job 20 miles away and arrive by 6:00 a.m. Some days he spent more money than his wages to pay for round-trip cab fare, and he was often late to work. Read More