Jobs in Cape Coral Florida are mainly in health care, finance, sales, education, and administration.
There are also professional businesses, light industry and businesses related to tourism and recreation.
Before the economic crisis, Cape Coral jobs in construction and real estate were plentiful.
Now that things are starting to pick up again as the economy turns around, those jobs will come back.
I would say that if you are in the health-care field in particular, you shouldn't have any problems finding employment. So .......... what are the kinds of jobs you would tend to find here in Cape Coral?
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Some of the top employers in Cape Coral are: The City of Cape Coral, The Breeze Newspaper, Coral Health Care Associates, First Home Builders, and Iguana Mia restaurant.
For Cape Coral employment, check the job listings at Lee Memorial Health System, and the City of Cape Coral.
Another idea is to go to the Employ Florida office across the street from the Cape Coral's City Hall, where you can get help with your resume, see job listings, and even find out about free classes.
These free classes are taught monthly at the 4150 Ford Street Extension office in Ft Myers.
You can sign up for Microsoft Office Word and Excel, Quickbooks, Resumes and Cover Letters, Intro to Computers, Interviewing Skills, and Dress for Success. Register first with Employ Florida, then go to the Career Source website to see the calendar for classes, then stop by or call 1(800)557-3242 to sign up. You'll need your Employ Florida registration number to register for the free classes.
The new Veterans Hospital might be a good choice for veterans looking for jobs.
Looking for jobs in Cape Coral Florida isn't the same as looking in my small hometown in Connecticut. You can't just get the local newspaper, search through a good selection of job listings, then call and arrange an interview. You have to go online .......... newspapers here may only list a few jobs.
If you need help with your resume, but prefer to go online, go to Job Hero, for help and to see examples of resumes and cover letters related to different jobs and industries, along with available jobs and additional resources.
I recently spent 3 months looking for a job, and started out with CareerBuilder.com first. I sent out many resumes, but who knows where they went ......... somewhere lost out in cyberspace, I think. I only heard from insurance companies for sales positions I had no interest or experience in.
I then tried Craigslist, and until I figured out who the spammy/scammy job posters were, I received lots of emails from job sites all posting the same jobs. You might also apply for a job and somehow end up applying for career training instead ..... frustrating!
Watch out for:
The more information the job poster gives ...... such as company name, photos, and phone number along with the usual email reply, and more in-depth details describing the position, the more likely the job is legitimate.
You may also want contact ProTemp, Cape Coral's temp agency for clerical and administrative positions that could possibly lead to full-time work.
I've heard that these temp/employment agencies are also good: Spherion, Accountemps, and Robert Half.
I found a job by signing up with SWFL Job Openings, a Facebook page started by a woman named Carly Allison who wanted help others find jobs after her husband lost his. He is working again and to give back to the community Carly searches everyday for jobs, calls to verify them, and posts them to help others. Send her a friend request, and once she accepts you, you'll be able to scroll down and search her job postings.
Or, you can just go to her new website, SWFL-Jobs.com to search for her job postings by category such as town or job type.
Also try Southwest Florida Works. Although it may take awhile, there are all kinds of jobs in Cape Coral Florida, keep persisting until you find the one that works for you!
Be aware that seasonal jobs at restaurants, hotels, and spas may cut their staff and/or staff's hours off-season.
I have found that you are more likely to get a job in the Cape Coral area if you:
Are you looking to buy a business? I have a great resource ......... Bruce is a Florida business broker at Truforte Business Group.
The company specializes in the marketing and selling of businesses in our area and lists businesses that are for sale.
They have experience in selling many different types of businesses, including: restaurants, franchises, retail, distribution, internet companies, website companies, home-based businesses, and much more.
If you have a business already but need working capital, contact Stellar Business Funding. My friend, Shannon, provides business cash advances, business loans, SBA loans, equipment leasing, and credit card processing.
Go to my Cape Coral Business page to see why Cape Coral is a great place to start a business.
Top Ten Highest Paying Jobs in Cape Coral Florida
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Working from home is becoming more popular, and sometimes is a necessity since the economy has changed our circumstances.
You may be wanting to move down to Cape Coral but are having a hard time finding a job here. If you can find a job where you can work from home and live anywhere in the country, your dreams of living in paradise can come true sooner.
There are many legitimate websites that offer work-at-home, freelance, telecommute, and flexible jobs. Some of my favorites are:
Locally, you may be able to find telecommute jobs with Centurylink and other companies, just keep checking SWFL-Jobs.
With the customer service jobs, you should be able to: keyboard or type at least 30 words per minute, and sometimes 35-40 wpm. You'll also need the latest programs for computers and browsers, enough memory, noise-cancelling headsets, and usually wired connections for security purposes ....... plus either Skype, VOIP, or landlines. Some jobs, such as customer rep for hotels, require the ability to work with several screens.
Some of these jobs have benefits, some pay quite well, many are entry level, some require weekend and holiday hours or evenings. There's something for everyone ........ all you have to do is look!
I did kind of a crazy thing because I moved down here first and decided to worry about my job later.
It all worked out because I found something I really enjoy........ I built this website!
You can learn different ways for your website to make money, at your own pace, in your own time, in the ways that you like.
Since I absolutely love it here where I live, I decided to build a website about Cape Coral.
I knew nothing about building websites, but found a webhost that teaches you how to drive traffic to and monetize a site.
To find out more about how I built my website ................ go to my About Me page.
Or, click on the icon to the right to learn more about my webhost, SBI, which stands for Solo Build It.
You can see how other people like you and I have made profitable online businesses.
You can also download training ebooks at no cost and try SBI for free.
I hope that you have found that there are plenty of options for jobs in Cape Coral Florida!
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