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  1. #91
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    cool information

  2. #92
    Anyone been a bar back?

  3. #93
    Yes. When I was 20, for six months. Became bartender first day I was 21.

    Tell them that's the deal you want too.

  4. #94
    Quote Originally Posted by Jazzstdnt View Post
    Yes. When I was 20, for six months. Became bartender first day I was 21.

    Tell them that's the deal you want too.
    Thought it over and it might be a job for someone younger than me. I'll stick to the porter/janitor jobs.

  5. #95
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    Hey Stevebol,

    Still looking? FirstService Residential has a number of porter/janitorial jobs in your neck of the woods. You can search them at Property Management | HOA Management | FirstService Residential under the "Careers" tab.

    Good luck!
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  6. #96
    Quote Originally Posted by Alder Statesman View Post
    Hey Stevebol,

    Still looking? FirstService Residential has a number of porter/janitorial jobs in your neck of the woods. You can search them at Property Management | HOA Management | FirstService Residential under the "Careers" tab.

    Good luck!
    Thanks Alder,
    I broke the ice and finally completed an online application but most people want a resume. I'll finish it in the next couple days.
    I had some health issues but I seem to have a handle on it, knock on wood. I'm good to go as far as work. I'm one of these people that has a mental block against resumes but it's more about being lazy.
    I should be starting treatment for Hep C soon but that's neither here nor there. Shouldn't be an obstacle to finding work.
    I haven't barfed in a while. If it happens at work well, I'm a janitor.
    It's what I do.

  7. #97
    I've never been big on resumes. Don't they call them CVs now?

  8. #98
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrcee View Post
    I've never been big on resumes. Don't they call them CVs now?
    No. Two different things. Resumes are an artform. During the "fun" of the previous decade, I paid almost $400 for an effective resume. The resume is your history of accomplishments.

    The CV is the cover letter. This tells a specific employer how your resume relates to their opening.

    If you are looking for a "position" you have to have both.
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  9. #99
    Quote Originally Posted by Alder Statesman View Post
    No. Two different things. Resumes are an artform. During the "fun" of the previous decade, I paid almost $400 for an effective resume. The resume is your history of accomplishments.

    The CV is the cover letter. This tells a specific employer how your resume relates to their opening.

    If you are looking for a "position" you have to have both.
    You can use your application as a 'CV' in some cases. Still better to have a CV no matter what the job and there will be a huge variety of jobs in casinos.

    "The primary differences between a resume and a curriculum vitae (CV) are length, what is included, and what each is used for. While both are used in job applications, a resume and a CV are not always interchangeable."

    How do I say, where are the mops in Latin?

    I guess they extract info they need from a CV or resume by computer. Keywords, algorithms?
    I don't know.
    Last edited by Stevebol; 09-20-2017 at 07:00 PM.

  10. #100
    I think I'll get some help with my resume. I don't know why it's so hard for me to do but it shouldn't cost that much to get someone to help with it. It may turn out to be $50 well spent.

    Resumes are trendy. People who do them professionally will be up on current trends.

  11. #101
    Job search meet up groups usually have people that do that. Your local DOL office should have a list of groups, or a resume support person.

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