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It’s the classic job-seeking Catch 22. You can’t get the job you want without the right experience, and you can’t get experience without a job. But what if there were a way you could get a job with little or no experience and get the ball rolling on your quest for a career to grow into? Take a look at these possibilities for employment that can get you on the road to your dream job – either by building necessary skills or getting a foot in the door with an employer you really like.

Administrative Assistant

An office assistant position is a great way to learn about a business from top to bottom. It also requires little experience – just a set of starter skills like organization and communication and familiarity with office equipment and technology. It’s also an entry-level position in which the opportunity to grow professionally will likely be proportional to your desire to learn and pitch in.

Customer Service Assistant

If you like talking to people and helping them solve their problems, congratulations! You likely have what it takes to get started in customer service. You’ll need training, of course, but customer care is so critical to corporations’ success that they invest heavily in getting people with service in their DNA trained and ready to meet customers’ needs. And much like an administrative assistant, a customer service assistant gets to know a company from the inside out, giving their career path many possible branches.

Housekeeping

Housekeeping involves customer care of a completely different nature, but it’s arguably just as important to a company’s image. It’s not easy work by any means, and it’s not what many would want to consider as a lifelong career, but housekeeping does have a few benefits. For one thing, as the economy regains steam post-COVID, the job outlook for housekeepers will increase – particularly in travel industries. That, plus the fact it requires little experience, makes housekeeping a logical place to start in your job hunt.

Picker/Packer

Picker/packers find and collect merchandise in a warehouse and prepare it to be shipped to customers. They also load items for movement throughout the distribution center and put together packages so they’re ready to go. Picker/packer jobs call for physical strength, a strong work ethic and teamwork.

Sorter

Like picker/packers, sorters have a crucial role on production floors. They’re responsible for categorizing items after production by using factory equipment to sort products, remove defective items, and maintain a clean and organized production area. Again, a lot of experience isn’t necessary, but the ability to follow instructions and keep to safety protocols is.

Mega Force Is Here to Help You Get Started

If you are looking for a job, start with Mega Force. We add new warehouse jobs that don’t require experience every day. Contact our team today or browse our online job search portal.

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