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Ernest Said:I am searching for an attorney for an indigent person in RI. I am in Fla but the warrant is in RI.?
We Answered:Contact the local Legal Aid Society office.
Pamela Said:I am a OB/GYN nurse in N.E. area and for the life of me I cannot find a job. I have 17yr ex I thnk Ihv 2 move.
We Answered:CA is very expensive place to live. So is Hawaii [which also has chronic nursing shortage].
Look for fast growing areas -- they'll have shortage of nurses. Some hospitals may be so desperate that they'll even help you move. [Doubt a private practice would do so.]
Reasonable cost of living areas might be Vegas, Phoenix, Austin, Dallas and Florida excluding Miami-Ft. Lauderdale-Palm Beach -- all of these have been growing rapidly and likely have shortages of nurses.
Josephine Said:How to answer the " have you ever been convicted of a crime" question?
We Answered:Employers want to know if you've been convicted of embezzlement or theft, for example, before they give you the keys to the bank vault. They don't care about small misdemeanors, unless it's something relevant to their business -- if you owned a retail store, would hire a convicted shoplifter?
Be honest. Explain what happened; the fact that you've already dealt with this company as a temp will indicate that they know whether you can do the job and fit in with their organization's culture. Depending on the particulars of your background, they may not care about it at all.
As for how to answer it in the future. . . the question's not asking about small misdemeanors, like speeding tickets -- otherwise everyone would have to check "yes"! But if it's something that's going to show up on the background check and raise some eyebrows, then you're better off writing "minor misdemeanor -- will explain" on the application than trying to sneak in undetected. You never know where those pesky HR people are going to dig!
Ernest Said:I'm struggling, any ideas?
We Answered:Hey Erica,
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It teaches you how to make money buying and selling paintings and sculptures by famous artists that you can find at estate sales, flea markets, swap meets, antique stores, etc.
Ida Said:What are some websites where I can search for jobs?
We Answered:i got my current job from one of these, here are some website:
godbless in job hunting!
Dave Said:Should I give this necklace to my gf for our 3 year anniversary?
We Answered:i dont even have to look at the picture. if it's from tiffany's she'll even love the box