Can 14 to 17-Year-Olds Work in Oregon?January 15, 2021 Absolutely!
They can work and take paid internship positions in offices, stores, restaurants, hotels, carwashes, service stations, theaters, amusement parks, parks, yards, nursing homes, hospitals, daycare centers, kennels, and farms.
14- and 15-year-olds can work:
When school is in session:
- Three hours per day on school days
- Eight hours per day on...
5 Steps to a Successful InterviewJanuary 15, 2021 Step 1 PREPARE for the Interview
First, make sure that you know the time that the interview is scheduled for, where the interview will take place, the name and job title of the person who will interview you, and whether you need to bring anything to the interview.
Then gather as much information as you can about the company. Having this background...
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