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A. Doing something new
B. Talking to different people
C. No more job searching
D. Getting paid!

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Paul Baker
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Umm D. getting paid

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Arlene Thomas
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Looking forward to seeing your paycheck.

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Peter Chan
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Field Service Technician at Emerson Electric

Most importantly getting paid but the other parts A & B are essential too. Starting a new job should mean learning something different, new routine, also will have a chance to meet new people. I believe interacting with various people will hopefully learn more & gain trust from them!

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Lisa Lawson
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A NEW CHALLENGE.NEW PEOPLE TO WORK WITH.

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James Brinkley
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C and D.

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Alisa Herron
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Your looking for hard worker and loyal? I'm right here.

I would be quietly looking for another job. Life is to short for that kind of behavior. Document it also just incase.

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John Farrison
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If you have to ask that question. You are either new to the workforce or you haven't found a quality in yourself that you admire. The question you might want to ask is ....,.what does this new job find exciting about me.

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Ashley Wilson
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C!!!!

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