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Posted to #dental
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Shonnese Hickman
5 months ago
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Gabriele Lombardi
over 6 months ago

Hi guys anyone need a professional, punctual and high profiled bartender?

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Rasheeda Frazier
over 6 months ago

Professional

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LayLay Russell
over 6 months ago

I graduated in May 2017 with a MS In Professional Counseling. I did an internship with a substance abuse facility, where I feel I learned a lot, as well as contributed my time and energy to co-facilitating and then facilitating intensive outpatient groups, providing coverage for vacationing staff, and I did not get paid for the 600 hours that I was at the agency. (It is a requirement that you complete 600 hours of an internship to obtain your degree) . I was told that I did a marvelous job, they appreciated all that I did, and they even encouraged me to apply for work there. Since that time, I have submitted numerous applications and have had several interviews. I interviewed for two different positions at the agency that I interned with, and both times I was told that I was not the right candidate for the job-the SAME kind of job that I did for the agency for FREE, now they don't want to pay me to do! I find it mind boggling. I have the education and the internship experience, as well as other professional experience AND life experience. Yet, I find I am being passed over for jobs. I often don't even get a response from the places that I have applied to, and if I do get an interview, I'm told that despite my education and experience, I'm not the right candidate for the job. Now, I will be completely honest: I have a felony conviction, but I am able to work with children, I have my clearances, (local, state, and federal), and I have been off parole for years. I worked hard to graduate Magna Cum Laude with my B.A. (If they would've recognized that in my Master program, I would have had that honor again). I've worked with many people and I have been told by clients and other professionals that I have a positive attitude. I get along well with my colleagues, even if I don't like them (they'd never know), and I have never been reprimanded for tardiness or no doing my job. I dress exceptionally well, in fact; I have come into many interviews dressed nicer than the individuals who were doing the interviewing. But I would hope that this would not be the reason that I am getting hired. I would appreciate some feedback. I don't know what I'm doing wrong (IF I am doing something wrong) but this is getting frustrating. I entered the field of psychology/counseling because I was sure that this field would be more accepting of my felony conviction. Counseling is about assisting your client to find out what their issues are, coming up with some solutions, and then allowing the client to make those changes to affect change in their lives. It's about encouragement and enlightenment. But I'm finding that while they preach these tenets, they are not accepting of those issues in the people that are trying to enter this field. It's very traumatizing, because I know that I have done everything in my power to become a better person, and I feel that I have overcome much, and that I could really assist people to discover and tap into their potential. Any thoughts would be appreciated. Thank you for your time.

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Ashley Wilson
over 6 months ago

Awesome! Having your photo taken by a professional is much different than when we attempt to do it ourselves. A professional photo stands out from the crowd, giving your online presence a major competitive edge! Before you even have the chance to walk through the door, a photo is often the first thing an employer will see, and acts as your personal brand.

Just as you researched the company, an employer will do the same by looking at your social media accounts as well as your professional ones. You only get ONE chance at a first impression, so make sure it's the best one possible. Don't forget to upload your professional headshots to each of your online accounts, employers will be checking them.

If you haven’t updated your profile pic here yet on Jobcase, it’s easy and FAST. Just follow these steps!

1- Click on MY INFO at the top right corner [here] (https://www.jobcase.com/profile). It will be right next to your blank or current profile picture.

2- Click on the camera symbol which will open a new screen asking you to select an image.

3-Find the image by clicking CHOOSE FILE.

4- Once you have selected a photo (move/crop if needed) and be sure to click SAVE.

You’re all set : ) congrats on uploading a profile pic!!

Wondering what a profile pic can do for you? Watch [this] (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dLl4GAXN9Yg) 32 second clip.

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Edwin Algarin
over 6 months ago

A higher starting wage for veterans and officers with previous experience. #veterans

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Donald Robinson
over 6 months ago

My beard is kind of my thing. I have had it for a LONG time and while I keep it trim do you guys think I have to shave it totally off for my interview? I want to be respectful and all that, but it's tough to come between a man and his beard.

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Toni Purnell
3 months ago

U meet new people around the world. I enjoy driving get them to their destination.

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