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Dalllas Hermanson
about 2 months ago

So "Mr." works in any situation (well, in the US at least), but "Mrs." (missus) and Ms." (miss) are dependent on if the person is married or not. Kind of archaic and doesn't really reflect our current societal norms or values, but that's a whole other conversation.

So if you want to be polite in an interview or phone call, and you're not sure which to use, which is the default to which you typically fall back? Ma'am works of course, but not if you want to include their name when addressing them (it's a great subtle way to form a connection and be more personal after all).

A quick google search returns this as the top answer: "Use “Ms.” when you are not sure of a woman's marital status, if the woman is unmarried and over 30 or if she prefers being addressed with a marital-status neutral title." That might be a convention set down by someone at some point in history, but it seems like a potential landmine to me...you never know what a person finds offensive for whatever reason they might have.

Any thoughts or opinions on the matter?

#interview #careeradvice

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Nina McCoy

Always Ms.

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Steven Ransom

It's funny that Dalllas Hermanson brought up this issue and not once in his replies to anyone of the women who responded, has he used the terms "Mrs. or Ms." 🤔 and these too are people he doesn't know.

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Samantha Nace
4 months ago

I have a bachelors degree in ABA and I’m working on a masters in other psychology. But what else can I apply my bachelors of science to? Because it doesn’t earn me anything in ABA anymore and I don’t want to do ABA now anyway. I love the ABA concept but I don’t like the way it is used and I’d love to apply it to another place. #jobsearch #advice #careerchange #education #healthcare #careeradvice #ABA #psychology #bachelors

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William Sherry

Ask @John Biddle as he is all knowing

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Angelina Elliott

Hi Samatha, Well, I can understand where you are coming from; I also studied ABA in the past and practiced as a behavioral analyst technician in the space. As you know, in ABA, you get a vast knowledge of the learning theory. So depending on where you see yourself and find the most fulfilling is key. Navigate further into healthcare, special needs teaching, even in government sectors, as an FBI analyst. Also, if you are still in school, reach out to your advisor, and I'm sure they can help you source some significant additional roles where you can still take the concepts you learn and know and apply them in a different space, along with learning even more. Best wishes moving forward!

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Brenda Kinnicutt
6 months ago

I am older and looking for a position that is fulfilling. I am reliable, have a lot of experience in many fields and am adaptable. I have a "solutions" type outlook and up to a challenge. Any suggestions on where to start? #careerchange #careeradvice

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terry clifton
over 6 months ago

Good morning everyone. My name is Terry. I have a bachelor degree in criminal justice. I was a probation officer once for about 8 months before having to resign because of blood pressure issues. I also have a 3 year teaching certification to teach 7-12 grade social studies. I moved to Arlington,Tx to take a job in supervision but after 7 months we lost the contract. I dropped out of high school but 23 years later went back to obtain a GED. After doing that I applied to a junior college and took classes there. I fell about half a semester short of obtaining an associate degree because of working to many hours to provide a living for myself and son. I went on to get my bachelor's in criminal justice and the teaching certification but no one will give me an opportunity to have a professional career. I have no criminal offenses on my record and I'm not a drunk junkie. I don't have a lot of experience in any one area, the greatest being in my time with the department of corrections. If there is anyone in the Arlington,Tx and surrounding areas that would like to hire a hard working, compassionate individual then I'm your guy. I'm a quick learner and devoted to the task at hand. Please someone help me if you can. #jobsearch #advice #careerchange #careeradvice

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Danny Fresca
over 6 months ago

I was hired by a headhunter for the position at GMAC mortgage, managing their construction lending program nationally. I enjoyed it because I was able to work from my home office, and I traveled throughout the United States visiting beautiful planned communities that our clients were building. We worked with Pulte, Toll Brothers and other large national builders and developers. Also enjoyed working with the branch Network, helping the loan officers do more new construction business. #advice #jobsearch #mortgagebanking #careeradvice

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Sarah Stefanwolf
over 6 months ago

I have 20 years of experience in brand marketing from identifying brand opportunities to leading product launches. You name it, I have done it.

In addition, I started my own business that, for reasons well out of my control, I have to either sell or close it.

But in my unique career journey, I have discovered something (again?) that I should have realized sooner.

I love to write, and I excel at it: blogs, copy, name generation, social media posts, etc. I am happiest when I am putting words on a "page" for an audience to later engage with. And, given that I have spent the majority of my career selling things that people either don't need or shouldn't have, I understand completely the power and tools of persuasion.

Now, I want -- need -- to leverage my skills to fight the good fight. So, if all the stars were aligned, I would want to shine for a compelling cause or worthy political movement.

The question: How can I make this dream career change happen?

#careerchange #jobsearch #careeradvice #advice #workfromhome #workremote

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SARINA WEIMER
over 6 months ago

it is not the employees working together..it is the lazy ones mixed with the good ones...and team leaders who are in power to get rid of the slow lazy ones, but do the opposite,..or I would still be working at warehouse.. #inspiration #careeradvice

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Alexander Walle

Their online reviews should tell you that; the good ones are what the company writes so they don't look like bad people.

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Chrissy Gilley

At first they were amazing and made sure I loved everything about my job and took care of my needs. First signs of troubles, they pull back and things get a bit different. However, my situation was not all Resources’s fault. It had some to do with the empty promises of the company I worked at.

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