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What We Talk About When We Talk About Jobs

July 11, 2017
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What We Talk About When We Talk About Jobs

What many job seekers don’t know is that they have a right to size up potential employers. Of course, it is important to know about qualifications, expectations, benefits, overtime, opportunity to work from home, opportunity…

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Worlds Dumbest Criminal Resume & Cover Letter

September 15, 2014
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Finding work when you’re a petty criminal can be difficult! That’s why you need help from Dumbass Resume Writers. We help you by taking all your special talents and experience and writing a personalized cover…

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Appropriate Letters to Inappropriate People

August 26, 2014
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Appropriate Letters to Inappropriate People

Inspiration: Microsoft Word Templates: Letter Acknowledging Termination of Employment and Asking for Reference Microsoft Word recommends this: Dear Ms. Battereen: As you know, my final day at The Acme Rat Poison Company is fast approaching.…

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Snarky Answers to Those Silly Job Interview Questions

August 5, 2014
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Snarky Answers to Those Silly Job Interview Questions

Have you ever been on a job interview where the interviewer has pulled out a whole bunch of required questions? Have you ever had to sit there like a dummy because the only answer you…

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Cheese Fondue and World Peace

April 29, 2014
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Cheese Fondue and World Peace

Swiss Entree   CHEESE FONDUE INGREDIENTS 6 ounces gruyère cheese 6 ounces emmenthaler cheese 1/2 baguette or French bread 3/4 cup dry white wine ½ teaspoon lemon juice ½ tablespoon corn starch 1 ½ tablespoons…

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Who Put This Banana in the Drawer?

January 14, 2014
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I have a way of finding things in unusual places. Take, for example, the time I found one of my socks on the kitchen floor, next to the door. It was just one gray and…

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Looking for a Job? Try Twitter

March 3, 2013
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I just read an article that said that employers were foregoing resumes and interviews and hiring people based on their Twitter feed.   Well, if anyone knows how abbreviated banter about nothing important can determine success, it…

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The Job Dilemma

December 14, 2011
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Seventy-five percent of Americans say they would tell on a boss for wrong-doing. But, 75 percent of Americans need to score a job first. Neal MayhemRadio idiot, b-o-o-b lover, disgust causerMore Posts - Website -…

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