Many cities have employment agencies that can assist a person in finding employment. You will probably want to use an agency that does not charge a fee. The internet can also be a wonderful resource for finding a job. There are many websites where you can set up a profile and resume for prospective job seekers to find you. They also usually post job vacancies so that you can see what is out there. Another option would be to look in the employment section of your local newspaper for any job openings.
There are several ways to find a job easily. You can put a word out to friends, go to the unemployment office, look in the news paper or when ever you are out pay close attention to signs in the windows. They might be hiring right where you shop or eat.
One place that can be overlooked in a job search is your local library. Many local libraries have phenomenal resources for job seekers from guides to what might be available to courses on how to improve your job search strategy.
Depends on the size of your town or city and local newspaper, newspapers are always looking for excellent carriers or delivery persons. Once again, depends on size of town or city and size of local newspaper. The bigger the newspaper, the more jobs for carriers or delivery persons. Usually need car and insurance. Quick job to get.., can be interesting during winter, if you have snow.
I think the best place is an Employment Agency...they usually have temp or full time positions available and if you get there b4 9am you can sometimes be sent out that day. So find the nearest Agency in your town and be there bright and early...ready to go to work! Good Luck!
I was recently unemployed for the 1st time in my life after working for 20 yrs. I highly suggest Careerbuilder.com - it takes some time to really put good information on there, but it's well worth it. Employment/Temp Agencies are also good - You can always be hired as a temporary employee & if the company likes you, they may hire you full time. That's how I got my job in the industry that I've worked in for 14 yrs now - I started as a temp. Good Luck!