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Help and advice regarding pc technicians and related fields


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Okay, okay.

But as I said a few messages ago, I tried to send a resume to the store, but they did not come back to me, and they took someone else there.

(And I've also sent another store, I hope they get it.)

But in principle to get accepted, you went directly to the store, did you come to them, and then they accepted you?

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Yes, the job search process in the field can be difficult, because I have experience. It has been a while since no permanent position is offered, it is better to try to work as an independent, also a way to gain experience.

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good week,

You sent 2 CV? It's nothing.

You can also physically turn to stores

You're right about that, but the problem is that apart from the Ksp and Ivory I know they are Large,

I have small shops in my town (I am from Herzliya, Israel), and I doubt they need employees there.

But anyway, I'll try to phone some stores and see.

Yes, the job search process in the field can be difficult, because I have experience. It has been a while since no permanent position is offered, it is better to try to work as an independent, also a way to gain experience.

You're right about that, but I can not work as an independent, I do not , And I have no money to rent a place (not to mention money to buy equipment and replacement parts), and I never tried to pick up an independent business.

And there has to be a person who is very entrepreneurial, who has Management and initiative, it's not easy to run a business, it's not simple at all, and there are a lot of expenses that need to be done

Except for business (municipal taxes, water, electricity, rent, income tax, social security, wages for workers [if there are workers in the store], etc.).

But still, thanks for the advice.

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Debka I meant to work independently, not to open a physical business, do not owe a car, work in your area, you can get by if taxis, and if it is a computer , So you can take home, information and it requires his opening, but obviously if It's more simple, on the interchangeable components you get a refund from the customer.

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Debka I meant to work independently, not to open a physical business, do not owe a car, work in your area, you can get by if taxis, and if it is a computer , So you can take home, information and it requires his opening, but obviously if It's more simple, on the interchangeable components you get a refund from the customer.

It's a good idea, but I prefer working in a neat place.

I know there are a few other people in my area doing this, I know they put in a flyer every few months.

But basically, I think I'll get in trouble if, for example, I have to change parts,

It is a lot of running around from customer to store to bring or order parts.

And with taxis (assuming it's not a big distance) just back and forth it's already 20 ~ 30 weighed.

And I also personally do not like going into people's houses ...

I would do it if I had a motorcycle or , And I had no problem coming to people's houses.

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