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May delRosario
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Phoebe Montrie

Hopefully everyone is tested regularly and there is a lot of air flow in there! It can be hard to tell when to wear one these days but I always err on the side of caution! I can see why most wouldn't want to wear one for a hiring event though.

Hopefully everyone is tested regularly and there is a lot of air flow in there! It can be hard to tell when to wear one these days but I always err on the side of caution! I can see why most wouldn't want to wear one for a hiring event though.

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Joseph Melotik

The current administration is Not following the science and is giving false hope and risks generating a new variant that jumps the vaccine all to get votes in November

The current administration is Not following the science and is giving false hope and risks generating a new variant that jumps the vaccine all to get votes in November

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Concepts -2- Courage Believe
1 day ago

I'm telling you the truth... (Must Read w/o Fail.)

You're either building yourself up or breaking yourself down from other people's opinions about you.

Opinions which stems from:

  • A malicious divorce.
  • Self inflicted verbal abuse.
  • Insults from so-called friends.
  • Accusations in family trends.
  • Misunderstands with a bitter end.

If this is the case, (as illustrated below) you must start building yourself up with, powerful brick-type affirmations such as: "Yes, I Can."

Then, start believing in yourself again, by laying one brick at-a-time to cement your confidence in-place.

Then, everything else will fall-in-place for you.

I Believe You Can...!

#workfromhome #interview #resume #jobsearch #jobfair #determination

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Nice post! Kudo's.

Nice post! Kudo's.

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David T Rodriguez

Both

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Steven Ransom
about 16 hours ago

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Steven Ransom
about 1 hour ago

Do you find job interviews stressful? Does your natural tendency as an introvert tend to steer you away from talking about your disadvantages in job interviews? Learn how to use your natural skill to your advantage and ace your job interview! These tips and tricks can help extroverts excel in the interview process too!

#workfromhome #jobsearch #interview #application #hiringevents

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Concepts -2- Courage Believe
1 day ago

I'm telling you the truth...(A Timely Message For You.)

Don't miss this principle, no matter what others may say!

I've seen people go from "Dirt to DYNASTY" because they stretched (7) hidden aspects in their life: They extended their...

1) Measure of faith. 2) Height to hope. 3) Sight to vision. 4) Thrust to Trust. 5) Higher to Highest. 6) Attitude to Altitude. 7) Probability to Possibility.

Listen, all I'm asking you to do is...Trust Yourself, then, Extend Yourself, then, follow your softly spoken dream of greatness within.

Then, (as illustrated below) as you measure it and build it, (your dream) your vision will come to fruition...they will come!

Then, everything else will fall-in-place.

I Believe You Can...!

#jobsearch #interview #inspiration #workfromhome #unemployed #veterans #determination

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Torie Miley

Honestly, I love helping people climb the corporate ladder. Yikes! It's me that's in the "Dog House" at least until the next pay day.

Honestly, I love helping people climb the corporate ladder. Yikes! It's me that's in the "Dog House" at least until the next pay day.

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DAVID TAYLOR

A week

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Andrew Young
about 11 hours ago

I found this to be informative. It might not be about whether you're the best candidate, but rather how much of a risk you are to the organization you're applying to. https://says.com/my/lifestyle/tiktoker-shares-why-hiring-managers-don-t-hire-the-best-candidate-for-jobs #jobsearch #interview

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Zekiye Aydemir
about 21 hours ago

I am a PostgreSQL and MongoDB database administrator. I did all the installation, configuration, management, performance improvements and backup processes for 4 years. I did SQL and data transfer in projects that were moved from Oracle to Postgresql. I am the only woman in Turkey with a MongoDB DBA certificate. I am learning Kubernetes and terraform, I am interested. I am looking for a remote job where I can improve myself. #jobsearch #remote #interview #workfromhome #mongodb #databaseadmin #dba #postgresql #application #hiring #database #hire #hiringevents

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Concepts -2- Courage Believe
1 day ago

I'm telling you the truth...

From what we have collectively learned is, you don't get a second chance for your first best impression. Also, everyone knows that Lady Gaga played in the hit movie scene with Bradley Cooper named "A Star is Born."

However, you can be a star too, if you follow some sound proven principles, and say definitive things at your interview. Then, guess what?

When you walk away, you can say... YOU DID IT GIRL, YES, YOU DID IT...!!!

Then, the interview, job and everything else will fall-in-place for you.

I Believe You Can...!

#jobsearch #interview #wordsofadvice #resume #workfromhome #application #unemployment #veterans #jobfairs

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Sue Elvins

Don't count on one job to go through, continue looking at other places for employment. As for length of time after an interview, give it 5-7 business days as that is the fair time frame for most interviews. In most cases, business owners are pretty good at getting back in touch with the person they have interviewed if they are interested at hiring them for a position that is in need. I would be a little patient on this but as said, I would also keep looking just to keep things open. Wishing you the very best of luck!

Don't count on one job to go through, continue looking at other places for employment. As for length of time after an interview, give it 5-7 business days as that is the fair time frame for most interviews. In most cases, business owners are pretty good at getting back in touch with the person they have interviewed if they are interested at hiring them for a position that is in need. I would be a little patient on this but as said, I would also keep looking just to keep things open. Wishing you the very best of luck!

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