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    >>nd in your comments could be why you have such difficulty in a job hunt or in career advancement.<<</p>

    Your attitude and outlook reflects your circumstances otherwise your just a moron living in self-delusion.  The first year of this shit I kept a positive outlook.  After a year of only being able to get a job that you wouldn't wish on your worst enemy (my replacement to the shit job?  Lasted a week) and the subsequent job search did this to me.  

    >>ou do not have to have experience or certifications by the time you are 30. What we like to see is progressive experience and experience that has prepared the person for the job they're applying for. If a certification is needed, we might say you have to get it within a specified period of time.<<</p>

    I thought I had this.  I had almost 4 years of progressive accounting experience at a bank.  So I figured, I have experience.  NOpe, what I have is the right to find out how many ways you can hear "Your resume is a little light." (i.e. your experience is useless as almost 4 years should never be considered light).

    >>I'm sorry you've had such a difficult time but I suggest you take a look at yourself.<<</p>

    I suggest you look at what I'm saying.  Almost 4 years progressive accounting experience in a publicly traded company, almost a grad degree, tax experience, etc.  There is no reason that the only jobs I can actually get are shit jobs you wouldn't wish on your own worst enemy.

    "An army of principles can penetrate where an army of soldiers cannot." - Thomas Paine

    by Mister Gloom on Tue Jan 27, 2009 at 01:38:56 PM PST

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