reply to post by Xtrozero
1. What skills do you have?
Without sending you my resume....I have a Master's degree in social work, 30+ years in customer service and office management, I type like a bat out
of hell, I was an accounting manager in my twenties (double-entry bookkeeping and account reconciliation and month-end financial statement prep),
also have been a food waitress, a cocktal waitress, a child care provider, a grief counsellor
a para-educator for behaviorally and emtionally disturbed kids ages K-12, a tutor, an editor, worked in a library
....a hotel front desk clerk, a hotel housekeeping office coordinator, a cashier, a sales rep, a writer, an advertising designer, a publishing office
manager and production manager...
a receptionist, a medical clinic social worker, a psychotherapist, a substance abuse counselor, a gardener, a cook, an executive housekeeper and a
a newborn photographer, a seamstress, an improvisational entertainer...
and a parent of two very healthy and well-rounded (now adult) kids.
Among other things.
2. Can you get new skills to fit the future job market.
uh, yeah. duh
3. Why should a company hire you?
Because I work hard, I'm a quick learner, I am honest and dependable and healthy and willing to do whatever I need to do. I have ethics, talent,
brains, and experience.
4. Are you willing to move to any place that would provide a job?
in a heartbeat
5. Are you willing to work your way back up with new skills?
answer: yes. Given the chance, I will apply myself to anything presented to me.
Wow, you really come across as an arrogant judge.
EDIT TO ADD: Oh, and I'm fluent in English and Spanish.
edit on 18-10-2011 by wildtimes because: (no reason given)