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Tag Archives: career change
I Landed A Job !
Several hours ago, I received a call from a hiring manager who let me know that she was offering me a job. I checked out the details in the firm’s offer letter online and accepted it. So, I landed a … Continue reading
Posted in Family, General Sharing Tagged career change, health insurance, life changes, new job, new skills, personal growth 4 Comments
My Job Search Continues
I heard back from the hiring manager on the job for which I interviewed recently. They decided to go with someone else. I am not surprised. Disppointed, sure. Just not surprised. In fact, if they had offered me the job, … Continue reading
Posted in Family, General Sharing, Notary Public, Writing Tagged career change, ebook, interview, job search, Notary Public, Notary Signing Agent Leave a comment
First Interview on Career Change
My first in-person interview of Job Search 2018 took place this morning. It’s been over 16 years since I last interviewed for a job. Because this interview happened sooner than I expected, I did no research on today’s interview techniques. … Continue reading
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On Changing Careers Again
On Changing Careers Again by Tim Gatewood When I was in 8th or 9th grade, I took Junior ROTC instead of Physical Education. As we lived in Mobile, Alabama, then, with its large U.S. Navy presence, it was Naval JROTC. … Continue reading
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