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Yes, they provide a 3-day paid mandatory state training (California), and then you receive a guard card valid for 2 years.

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Nope, not at all. It doesn't matter if you graduated from college, you are still equal to everyone else, hence EOE. Now, once you work at a post, you can move up in the company, but degree doesn't determine that, only work ethic and desire to work.

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Receptionists typically work 8 hour shifts, Monday thru Friday. The start and end times vary from site to site, and the availability you give them. The branch office hours are from 8am-5pm, M-F (California).

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Pay is weekly (California)

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Yes you can they don't check

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Really high insurance, paid vacation you can't take, low hourly wage

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Yes. In Government Facilities

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On the application it ask if you've ever been convicted of a felony in the past 7 years.

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Yes generally when you complete your offer paperwork but if they're confident they're going to hire you they will test during the interview.

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YES! They are normally set unless you do not meet the post requirements you will be moved to a different location

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