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post #16 of 20
If you're not in a rush, my father is the superintendent of human resources for the local schoolboard. I could see if he'd be willing to look at it in the next couple days.
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If you're not in a rush, my father is the superintendent of human resources for the local schoolboard. I could see if he'd be willing to look at it in the next couple days.
That would be amazing. PM me and let me know if he's got a few minutes to spare. She's been on a few interviews in the past couple of days - start of school here - and she tells me that she's a poor interviewer because "I get all nervous and don't think about the answers". Wonderful.
post #18 of 20
My wife is the math department head for a middle school, PM me your email address & her resume and I'll have my wife email you an ebook about interviewing and she'll look at the resume.
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That would be amazing. PM me and let me know if he's got a few minutes to spare.

She's been on a few interviews in the past couple of days - start of school here - and she tells me that she's a poor interviewer because "I get all nervous and don't think about the answers". Wonderful.

People here have already said her resume is fine. She got interviews. The problem is not her resume. It's obvious her problem is interviewing and she should do something about THAT.
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People here have already said her resume is fine. She got interviews. The problem is not her resume. It's obvious her problem is interviewing and she should do something about THAT.
Yes, she does need interviewing help and I'm working on that with her. But, I wrote her resume and I am by no means a resume expert. She has gotten interviews but I suspect she could get quite a few more with her experience and educational background. I'm just not sure exactly how to make the improvements myself. So, thought I'd reach out for some help.
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