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Marion Said:I'm not buying that Bill Russell and Wilt are the best centers of alltime, Hakeem is better than both?
We Answered:I agree 100% with what you said. I've always thought Russell and Wilt were vastly overrated. Great players, don't get me wrong, but very overrated.
It's all a matter of opinion though when saying someone is better than someone else. I do think Hakeem was a better big man than both Wilt and Russell though.
Sandra Said:Christians...plz help why is it my career keeps stop and starting again?
We Answered:Why is your previous experience null; I don't understand how a trauma from 7 years ago prevents you from working in HR. However, no offense intended, as someone who worked in HR and read many, many resumes, I have to ask about your communication ability. There are many typos and broken phrases in your question. If somehow you have become impaired, then it is possible that the job is no longer appropriate for you. I suggest finishing your degree, there is help available for students who have challenges. This seems the most appropriate course of action for someone who seeks to improve their career opportunities. Without further knowledge of how your trauma is affecting your experience it is hard to offer good advice.
The only other detail I noticed is your attitude, it is in a very negative place, understandably so, but still a positive attitude can go a long way with a future or current employer. Also, when starting a position, it can be wise to withhold suggestions for improvements until after you have been there for a while. Some people are insulted if a new person sounds like they know better how something should be done. Pushing your qualifications can also negatively impact a working relationship, ambition is a good thing but it is better to wait for the right time, and the right person.
Sally Said:Can you recieve grants or loans for a vocational institute?
We Answered:I suggest you call the Federal Student Aid Information Center http://www.ed.gov/programs/fpg/gtepfpg.p… at 1-800-433-3243 and ask them if there are any programs for you
You can also explore all federal funding and grant options at the Federal Student Aid website http://federalstudentaid.ed.gov/
Alfredo Said:From a career standpoint what am I doing wrong? see below?
We Answered:If you are looking for a clerical job and your resume contains the same sorts of spelling and grammatical errors as your question, or if you speak the way you write, that is what you are doing wrong. Employers want to hire people for clerical roles with excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Try taking a business English course at a local college - that will help you to be perceived as smarter (people who speak English well appear to others to be more intelligent than those who do not), and will also help you to keep the job once you've gotten it. Best of luck!
Shane Said:have you ever used a one-stop career center? or do you know anything about it?
We Answered:Each one-stop career center is run locally, so the services offered by each one is different. They are a great resource, and they are open to everyone.
They have information about jobs that are open in your local area, and they often have local labor market info about what kinds of careers and industries are growing. They offer computers and other services for job hunting. They also have information about what kind of job training you might need for specific jobs.
To find your local one-stop, check out this page: http://servicelocator.org. It also has more info about one-stops in general.
If your local one-stop doesn't have a website, try to find the website for your local Workforce Investment Board (they run the one-stops). A Google search for your state + workforce investment board should find it.
To get the most out of your visit, make a list of questions before you go. You'll have to sign in at the front desk - they'll tell you what your options are. With so many people out of work right now, the lines can be very long, so just go prepared to wait.