There may be factory work... That's what I had to do. The horrible places that everyone hates are almost always hiring, even in a recession.
Get in line. It's everywhere.
keep checking in with them. as my aunt says, "the squeaky wheel gets the grease".
keep trying, keep following up, and don't give up. it took me like 6 months from my last assignment with one agency to my first one with another one. Also give employment agencies a try.....they are always looking for more people, cause sometimes they get hired by the company they are working at like i did!! lol. <br />
Seriously though if you can get into an agency that's like a really good way to go. you can be temporary with different companies every couple of months depending on how long that company needs you or go for something long term and hope they like you enough to hire you. Good luck!!
Keep applying. Don't give up hope.
babysitting! im telling you- if you get a rich family to like you- you can make baaaaank andddd theyll pay for you to go on vacation with them sometimes too!!! try sittercity.com and care.com<br />
there's not just babysitting on there either. theres pet care and tutoring and house cleaning and elderly care i think. also you can check craigslist.
keep trying the best place to work when i was 18 was normally the mall , or a clothing stores
Could you go to school full time? Is that a possibility? Maybe get a grant, scholarship, and/or federal loan. Because when you finish, you'll be much more employable for the rest of your life.
Keep on trying and dont give up....... It took my son three months to find a job after he graduated from college with a degree --hang in there.
Get someone to sponsor you whilst you make a documentary about your issues.
Apply to #17 and more after that. Sooner or later, someone will be hiring. Be sure to smile, be polite, neat and tidy, and make sure your fingernails are clean. Also, check back with them in person.
Find a company that is owned by the employees and go there. If not, ask around and get one of your friends to get you on somewhere, that's how everyone gets their jobs anyways. you may also have to intern for a month or so to learn the ropes before you get hired full time
To add to this thought, you can tell them you'll volunteer for a few weeks and if they like you, they can hire you. If not, you'll go on your way.
Join the Military.
Seriously, that is a good suggestion. You can see the world and you get good leadership training.
I did that and, except for a minor conflict in Vietnam, it made my life (going to University with the help of he GI Bill, etc.)
Keep trying :/ I'm 25.9890 and I can't get a job with a Computer Science degree... at least not where I, or anybody else, would want to work.
keep looking, & check out igher ed