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Nancy Y
almost 3 years ago
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A #stressful #MBA day

The callers that call in looking for an attorney and can't afford an attorney they get mad at you cause they can't afford an attorney. Also the ones that they can't get any help from the thousands of services they tried before calling you they get even more mad because you can't help them either

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Nancy Y
almost 3 years ago
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Drama at #MBA

It was a co worker and she was always angry, she always had family/partner problems and I sat next to her everyday so she always took things out on me but after two or three years she left her job.

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Merve ESER
over 4 years ago
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MBA in US

Hi, I am looking for good and cheap an MBA program or alternative to MBA something, could you prefer for me some courses for this reason?

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Alyssa Hicks
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Hi Merve, I found this site that has a listing of good MBA programs. http://grad-schools.usnews.rankingsandreviews.com/best-graduate-schools/top-business-schools/mba-rankings

Hope this helps!

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Steven Stralser
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Take a look at www.mbainaday.com

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Mike Grauer Jr
over 2 years ago
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I am a 3D printing expert and industrial designer looking for work and opportunities.

I am looking for work in the industry. Welling to relocate to other parts of the US. Willing to relocate to some places outside of the USA. I have a design degree and an MBA. Wrote for the 3d printing industry for now defunct website, Inside3DP.com. Helped others who wanted to enter the industry with tech recommendations and business consulting.

Then I have some major design chops too. You can look at my designs here: https://flic.kr/s/aHskHn3sdR

#3dprinting #hireme #avilableforhire #RemoteWorker #Technology #design #opportunities #business #MBA #BFA #art

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Esther Pascal
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Hi Mike: Thanks for posting on Jobcase! Here's a couple of suggestions for industrial designer positions in the Washington area. If you would like to continue your job search, follow these steps: 1. Click on Jobs & Companies at the top of the page, or head over [here] (http://www.jobcase.com/jobs/search)

2. Enter a job into the search field where it says Job Title, Keywords, or Company.

3. Add in your location by filling in your City and State OR zip code. Then click the magnifying glass to search.

4. Once the list is up, click on “View Job" of any you are interested in and then apply.

Good luck with your job search!

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Nancy Y
almost 3 years ago
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My advice to people interested in working at #MBA as a #SeniorPublicServicesRep ...

It's a great place to work but no room for advancement also the hole entire staff has not gotten a raise for three years. This year they gave their employers they call bonus I Call a commission and your hourly pay doesn't go up so your stuck with the same pay

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Nancy Y
almost 3 years ago
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The biggest mistake I made as a #SeniorPublicServicesRep at #MBA ...

When I first started the job at the MBA I was interning a new attorney information into the system he paid $100 I put $150 and the MBA just had got a new system and neither I or the supervisor didn't know how to fix it. So she made me feel so mad that she didn't speak to me the hole day.

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Raffy A
over 1 year ago
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DEPRESSED and UNEMPLOYED

Please I desperately need a job. I have an MBA in MIS and Risk Mgmt and have never worked with it. Its almost 3yrs and the only job I've been fortunate to get it caregiving job and occassional temp jobs from agency.

Please anyone who can assist in getting me employed. I DESPERATELY NEED a regular job :-( Anywhere. I'll relocate I don't mind.

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Nelson Franco
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Welcome to Jobcase Raffy A ! Please note that you can search for local hiring events via the Jobs & Companies link at the top of the page. Thanks & Good Luck!

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William Clark
almost 4 years ago
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Career Opportunity

I have a degree in Accounting & Business Information Systems. I am also currently working on my MBA with two specializations. I am in need of a career opportunity, immediately !

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Dorothy Cofield
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Is it good to tell on the Nurse Aide for Hollin & being disrespectful to the Residents in their Assistant Living Home who can l tell....the State Department, because l hate this so much ...it hurts so bad to see it Happening with these Elderly!!

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Alyssa Hicks
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Hi William, Thanks for posting on Jobcase! Would you be interested in any of these accounting jobs I found in your area? Take a look and feel free to apply for any you're interested in.

You can also search for more jobs using these steps: 1.Click on “Jobs & Companies” at the top of the page 2.Enter a job into the search field that says “Position” 3.Click on the blue button to search for that position in your area 4.Once the list is up, click on the title of any you are interested in to apply. Let me know if you need anymore help!

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Mike Grauer Jr
over 1 year ago
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College was a mistake.

What do you do with two worthless college degrees? All it did was make me more unemployable then more employable.

#college #education #MBA #BFA #edu

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Lois Martin
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I am so sorry you feel that way and are so frustrated. At the same time, there are opportunities out there for you. Have you considered freelancing? Check into Upwork as I mentioned earlier, plus FlexJobs and VirtualVocations. I see postings for 3D designers etc. there all the time. :)

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Mariam A Green
9 months ago
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Disturbed

I came to America from Africa. Went to school, finished my MBA but do not have any working experience in America. So I get interviewed by a big company in fort wayne. I believed the interview went great but at the end I started feeling terrible. I was asked whether i love working in a team or not. My answer was yes I love working in a team and i even gave examples related to my past work experience. But after answering that, the interviewer said, they need someone who is independent. Then they asked me where i see myself in 5 years time. This is what i said " in 2 to 3 years, I see myself becoming a true expert and master at this position in your company. I plan to really immerse myself in this position, understand the areas that need to be improved, discover the ins and out of the business then also look for opportunities to make my team and department as efficient as possible. Then in 5 years time, I see myself extending my expertise in different departments through applying my skills and knowledge obtained from my role". The interviewer replied, no way you would wish to extend your expertise, u just need to stay in that position or maybe go for a receptionist job. Wowwwwww I felt terrible, coz the position I was being interviewed for was in credit, but trying to lower me down made me feel terrible. I asked them what major skills are they looking at, for someone to take the position, the interviewer told me all they need is someone with great computer skills. I told them my first degree is in Information Technology and am also well vast with most excel functions. Wow the interviewer just looked at me, then i asked if there a chance of me getting the job, wow the interviewer reminded me how I dont experience in America and that i need to much training. Really felt horrible. I am wondering how i can get experience in America if companies feel they dont want to hire you. The interviewer never seemed like a true person coz he seemed against everything I was saying.

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Rhonda Wilson
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Maybe they felt threatened because you had such high goals and aspirations and weren't even hired yet. I know you want to show enthusiasm. You may want to tone it down a bit. This is a different culture and there is much learning to do to assimilate. Most people have a hard time with "different and change". I am a new hire on-boarding trainer at my company. I do see new hires come in with such high aspirations only to be dashed in a very short time. In part by fellow employees. Because they feel these people are there to steal their jobs. Or That they are too cocky and trying to tell people with 20 years experience how to do their job. That is why I say to tone it down. Absorb what others tell you and this will help you to fit in and be accepted. Slowly after acceptance then you can start to let some of your enthusiasm bubbly out a little bit at a time.

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