I worked at United Blood Services full-time (More than a year)
The pay was great
the work hours are sometimes very long
I applied through other source. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at United Blood Services (Las Vegas, NV).
The interview went very smoothly. I was dressed somewhat inappropriately because I didn't have clothes that fit me. My sister lent me a skirt suit that was much too tight. I burst out of it. But I was hired anyway thanks to good old-fashioned nepotism. My mom worked in admin and she got me hired, even though they knew I was a former stripper. I think they like to hire as low class as possible to reduce the chances that employees will band together to form unions. There is also less of a chance of them getting sued by a poor or low-class individuals. I admit fully, I was in a lower socioeconomic class at that time, and looked it. I suggest showing up to the interview looking nice, but try to drop hints that you're poor. You'll have a better chance of getting hired for the lower-level positions.
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