Regarding transit, there are different situations, some of which would make you wonder whether some people should even be allowed to take public transportation without going through some sort of training, but overall yes lots of delays.
If you already have an idea how to use it then it's a matter of re-learning it.It's not like you don't know anything about it. Unless you actually don't. Ninshark said: No you're not going to get in trouble, they'll probably give you a couple days because they probably believe in what you said during the interview. And if you don't get your poop together afterward, they might fire you. but how is this getting into trouble? If they fire you, it's almost no different from them turning you down.
Raye said: Hmm... Perhaps I should make a LinkedIn account. My resume and credentials aren't as impressive as some other people's profiles I've seen who seemingly have an extensive job history and a lot of skills acquired from them, but it's worth a shot. I'm getting a bit antsy and desperate. I just checked online for one of the jobs I applied for and a notification popped up noting that the position had closed. I definitely need a back-up plan in case I am not selected for one of the four advisor positions at the university.
Just took some courses to see if I really liked it or not. Usually something sounds cool but when you actually start doing it, turns out it was actually cooler, or just wasn't what it seemed. If your family strongly feels that you're suitable for law (which comes in a whole bunch of different set of responsibilities and industries), you could consider that. Take a few courses either in school or online and see whether it's your thing.
esapele said: Ive been told that if you have a linkedin acct you may have a slightly higher chance of getting jobs. As alot of hr people and agency goes through those profiles to meet their clients needs to fill a role. I know of people getting approached and offered jobs via their linkedin accts even when they weren't looking to change jobs.
You would be lucky if you even got an email! I've dropped a couple applications where I didn't get a single response.Of course they would tell you that only candidates who they choose to contact, will be contacted, so they've got their backs covered I guess.