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Quote from: mmswm on October 01, 2013, 07:56:25 PMQuote from: Piratelvr1121 on October 01, 2013, 09:26:33 AMIt's a good thing he's so blasted adorable.It's how nature ensures that human mothers don't eat their young.You need to stop reading my mind, it's getting spooky.
Quote from: Piratelvr1121 on October 01, 2013, 09:26:33 AMIt's a good thing he's so blasted adorable.It's how nature ensures that human mothers don't eat their young.
It's a good thing he's so blasted adorable.
Which one of us is the evil twin?
I'm almost afraid to open up the voting! LOL!!!
LIKE THIS??? On white?Oh, my gracious.
Tiny little minor thing, and I'm just going bonkers because of it! I'm unemployed and job searching full time. I have my resume and references in a Word doc that I can upload or copy paste where needed. Many of the applications that I'm filling out online are requiring me to write out my exact work and education experience, plus references, in addition to uploading copies of my resume, references and cover letter. Why do they need the same information multiple times?! One online application took me almost an hour to fill out because I had to fill in each area by separately, instead of just uploading my resume. ARGH!
I'm job hunting at the moment as well (I'm temping while I look for something more permanent) and the thing that I hate is when jobs list themselves as entry level (which at least in the UK is supposed to mean little to no experience needed, although you might need a degree), and then you open them up and they have little details like "two years of experience wanted". One job even required you to already have your own list of exclusive contacts (it was for a fashion magazine). Yeah, because that's the kind of thing all students pick up at uni?
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