itsstuckyinmyhead:

It’s Battle of the Countries Tumblr Posts, photoset #4

Australian photoset#5

Canada photoset#3

Britain photoset#2

 


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itsstuckyinmyhead:

British Tumblr Posts photoset #2

Want to see more country Photosets?

American Photoset #1 

Canadian Photoset #3


5 days ago 99905

askthehiringmanager:

Or, The Do’s and Don’ts of Posting or Submitting Your Resume for Consideration.

I spend the vast majority of my time at work staring at resumes. Downloading resumes. Forwarding resumes to my account. Deleting resumes. Rejecting resumes. Laughing over resumes. There are just some things that I…


3 weeks ago 3

askthehiringmanager:

So you have written a stellar resume and you’ve been contacted by a recruiter - now what? Here are some guidelines to breeze through the inevitable questionnaire to be offered an interview:

DON’T

  1. Do not act suspicious if you’ve received a call. This one always baffles me. I will call a person…

3 weeks ago 2

askthehiringmanager:

So you’ve landed the interview - congratulations! So, what’s next?

Interviews can be intimidating, especially while waiting in the lobby. I know I was nervous waiting for the hiring manager every time I went on an interview. Here are some pointers to help you breeze through that limbo period:


3 weeks ago 2

How Not To Get The Interview: A Transcipt

This is an actual conversation I have had on the phone. Name has been changed.
Me: Hi, is Larry available?
Larry: Who wants to know?
Me: My name is Laura from [name of company], and I'm calling in regards to your resume. How are you doing today?
Larry: What do you want?
Me: I'd just had the opportunity to review the resume you'd had on Careerbuilder and I just had a few questions for you.
Larry: (mumbled)
Me: I'm sorry, I didn't catch that.
Larry: I said, GET ON WITH IT.
Me: ...
Me: So Larry. My first question is, are you looking for a full time position?
Larry: I'm looking for a job.
Me: ....So you are looking for full time?
Larry: Isn't that what I said?
Me: ....
Me: And are you currently working?
Larry: Why would I put my resume up if I was working?
Me: It's just my job to ask, Larry. Some of our candidates are working while they look for a new position is all. So, we're located in Troy - would that be a good commute for you?
Larry: I'm in Detroit.
Me: ....And would it be a good commute for you?
Larry: WHAT DO YOU THINK?
Me: (very calmly) I know that commutes are different for every person. For example, Larry, I live in Detroit and I commute here to Troy every day. Would that commute work for you?
Larry: NO.
Me: Okay, not a big deal. Unfortunately our only office is located in Troy, so we would be unable to continue with the interview process at this time. Larry we wish you the best of luck with your job search and you have a good day, okay?
Larry: (hangs up)
Even if Larry had answered that the commute would have worked for him, he would have been 110'd. This is not the way to score an interview or a job.
3 weeks ago 4

twophoenixfeathers:

whoop there it is

I wish I made 250 in a day…

(via hotguysandpizza)


1 month ago 359080

cbheck:

Lin Bei Fong

You know, I’m still not sure if it’s Bei Fong or Beifong. I think it was written the latter way in the scripts, so let’s go with that for now. 

Another one with heavy inks. It was mostly because I finished pencilling it, got intimidated by the idea of painting a bunch of metal armor, and then covered up as much as I could with ink. I still like the way it came out, lazy or not.

It can be either. The way Chinese (and Korean) characters are romanized, if it’s two syllables or more they put spaces between the syllables. Ex, Bei Fong, Ming Hua.

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