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I've applied to about 20 entry-level job openings in Omaha and the only interview I've gotten has shot me down. College requires $$$ and 'just a summer job' isn't what I'm looking for anymore. There's an opening in UNO's human resources for Computer Lab Monitor Technician. It sounds fancy but from the description it looks like I just chill at the front desk.
I'm supposed to assist anyone who has an issue with any of the computers. It's in the flubbin IT building, anyone working THERE who has a problem is probably more qualified to fix it than me!
9$ an hour for a job that is shaking on the line between 'necessary' and 'what the hell'. Is there anything else to being a 'Monitor/Technician'? Has someone worked for a university in this fashion? What kind of hours do you get?