It’s time to polish up that resume. Vol State will be hosting dozens of area employers for the Spring Job Career Fair this Wednesday, April 19. The fair provides an opportunity for job seekers to talk directly with the people responsible for hiring. Participants are encouraged to bring several copies of their resumes. Everyone is invited to attend. Many new MTs see that companies require 2+ years experience to be hired and pass that company by without bothering to test with them. It is important to understand the reason why companies say that is because they don’t want people applying who have no training. Yes, they do prefer that you have a couple of years experience, but they will still hire you if you do well on their tests and interview.
If you’re interested pickup a book and download a free compiler. See if you are interested, if you can pick it up and you enjoy it. If so then you may want to consider going into it. This one doesn’t add to the actual game play, but it’s definitely a must-have if you’re a generations-type player, or anyone who plays the game for more than a few days.
The VA is broken. It has been for several years. Our government is helpless to fix it. I have a conservative solution. This lens is filled with excellent information and tips to help stay positive at work. The key is look at every difficulty as an opportunity to succeed. Renewing the mind constantly with positive things will really help make it through. Great job!
So why don’t they just get more work, work two or three jobs at a time? Many of them do. But a cluster of minimum wage jobs at a few hours a week doesn’t generally get them very far. Getting enough hours with multiple jobs can be very difficult as well. To make multiple jobs work, employers have to be willing to work with a schedule which accommodates their employee’s other jobs. Finding two (much less more) employers willing to work around other work schedules is difficult enough, but each added job makes finding and keeping a balance even more difficult. It is an extremely rare employer who is willing to schedule an employee around that employee’s schedule at another job.
Great lens. While we are not homeless, we are underemployed. My main line of freelance work is getting hard to make money in due to over-saturation. I have look for PT and FT jobs but there are other problems that come with it. Self Employed Freelance does not seem to fill in the gap for some employers. Age and a slight preexisting physical problem is another. It is an Employers market for now so the Employer can be picky all they want. Just got to keep trying though.
So, read through this lens for an overview and then bookmark it for later reference. I’m sorry about everything you’ve been through and about the difficulties you continue to face. Unfortunately, your story is one many women can relate to all too well. I learn something new about the eye or the body every day. Like all fields of medicine, it’s constantly changing, and highly specialized.