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What Kind Of Job Are You Looking For?

KHQ BLOG: We asked and you responded! Lots of you are looking for work, but we wanted to know what kind of work. So we took that very question to our Facebook page!

Eetaine Chan: I am looking job as a office work.

Danielle Millspaugh: Data entry.

Savannah Tuter: my husband needs low-voltage electrician work

Barry Morris: The kind where I have more than 2 years to effect change, when my predecessor had 6 to 8 years and still couldn't do his job effectively.

Liz Arakelian: Radio gig.

Samantha Hubbard: one that pays me in trident layers.

Jennifer Burns: Any for me even volunteer. But for my boyfriend is looking for a welding job since he is certified and all.

Nick Dean: Anything at this point. A job that i can use around my school schedule. I get out of class at 1:45 so anything after 2:30 and part time.

Melanie Fitzthum Fricks: My husband needs a job as an accountant.

Ashlee Duran: Melanie, Spokane County is currently accepting applications for an Accountant. Go to spokanecounty.org and click on County Employment. :)

Scott Mead: Im unemployed, im soon to be employed as a stay at home father, right now im just a stay at home husband :)

Scott Mead: ‎@Savannah - Star West Satellite is hiring here in Post Falls, Low Voltage required.

Jennifer Burns: I like that you are honest like that Scott and congrats to you.

Hilary Sheffler Howard: Catering

Mike Mohondro: I am looking for work as as an astronaut.

Scott Mead: Thanks Jennifer, I always do what my wife says, some call me whipped :P When she told me she wants me to be a stay at home father, I was like, hmmm if thats what you want :) I been unemployed for over a year, my wife has a good job and enjoys going to work. Whoever said the man had to provide for his family and the wife stays home is sexest.

Jennifer Burns: I totally agree Scott.

Dwight Wickham: I want to work as a bus driver for STA. Sadly they arent hiring either

Jakob Zetwick: A job that pays. Really I'm not too avtive in my job search because I have a good job...it's just on the West side of the state and my house is in Spokane. That does kinda suck.

Mikayla Puckett: My husband is just looking for something part time......

Michelle Mendenhall: Part time daycare work

Jamie Myers: Hubby looking for Facility/Plant Director in a medical building/hospital. Currenly holds this positioning another city but wanting to do so in Spokane/CDA. :)

Melissa Dobeas: something that will pay me enough so that I can have extra money for once, not just barely enough to live.

Jamie Myers: ‎*position in* (gotta love the iPhone that self corrects what it thinks you want to say!)

Noreene Bailey-Treece: husband, two sons, brother in law, sister in law...... any job in the construction trades.

Bret Koester: Any sort of job would be nice. I am currently unemployed and I need a job very badly. I want to help my family pay for my college tuition, be able to have something to do, and be able to actually live a normalish life of an 18 year old instead of being as picky as I am.

Mike Grim: Id prefer something that would allow me to provide a better life for my family. But until that happens Ill settle for something meaningful. Finding that numerous skills compared to set skills are hurting.

Melanie Fitzthum Fricks: ‎@ Ashlee - Thank you for the heads up, he is applying as we speak!

Ashlee Duran: Awesome! And you're welcome!

Barbi Setlock: I want to do commercials. :-)

Lindsey Newman Ross: Whitworth Grad looking for office administration position.

Jennifer Burns: So does anyone have any suggestions for either my boyfriend or I for a job?

Cristina Hernandez: Just a job I need one I don't care what it is.

Marc Walker: Inventory control. Forklift operator. But @ this point, ANY decent paying job would make my whole year.

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