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i assumed we wouldn't hire tiffles.
I know someone who runs a pathology lab that is on FB 6 hours a day, and is a still an effective cog in the group's workflow. Chemistry analyzers need to beep, spin and rumble for quite a while before they spit out a result. But I was thinking more along the lines of product engineering, physician office admin, etc. Those people generally do 15 minutes of real, actual work per hour.
Lol no chance we work past 4, EVER
But what about when the 4:00 deadline goes to OT?
Does this company need a person who can manage a computer network, administer a virtual desktop infrastructure, and occasionally suppress rooms that are aflame? I may know someone....
OT will be paid accordingly of course
No, no, daily
It's cool if I take a 3 hour lunch to go to ninja class, right?
We went over this. You are the ninja instructor and will be teaching us. If you feel the need to get your personal training completed to further advance your teaching capabilities, that's totally fine, we can work around that.
I'll have to, er, they'll have to work on their conditioning if this is the case.
Bad parody thread that could have been: Major h& Job
Having some experience in IT myself I would like to apply for the job of replacing F5 keys on all company computers. :JobSecurityTerp
its funny, but most of the people with Journalism degrees are ummmm.........NOT using them (like me).....
as a student, I made Cole Fieldhouse my 2nd home during hoops season obviously and
I remembered standing next to Don Markus one day as he waited for someone after practice.....struck up conversation about Gary.......then this is the way it ended as he was walking away......
him : what's your major?
me : Journalism
him : change your major :dagger
I spoke with him a lot after that and one thing struck me : I never met someone that hated sports so much, yet had a job that required covering them.
That's pretty much every conversation I have with some young guy who wants to go to law school.
I can't think of a single major I would recommend to anyone for vocational reasons. Getting a job these days is about connections and experience, not what degree you have. There are no good engineers/programmers who hate doing it. Find something you at least don't mind doing for eight hours a day.
Everyone I've talked to who does any hiring will say degree and resume and even an interview mean next to nothing. Get an internship, volunteer, network and prove to people you aren't an idiot and are someone who can be counted on to show up at work and apply yourself.
Of course, if you ARE an idiot who can't be counted on, then yes I'd like fries with that.
What sports do you edit?
the good ones (not hockey)
Excuse me sir, are you aware that if you have a business, you need a website? And if you have a website without video content, you are already behind your competition. Allow me to introduce myself...
classlessthug: I have too much on my plate to worry about the fact that my junk intimidates some needle D undergrad.
we can give you a temp job.
I don't have to work weekends, do I?
'12 Grad Comm, PR
Currently on the j-o-b market
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