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  • Ok so i am trying to write a GOOD A** resume so i can get a job as a office assistant.. it said ( no experience needed) because they will train. i believe i kinda have some good customer service skills... well anyways i will show you guys what i have so far... but if you guys suggest anything else FEEL FREE to help me.. THANK YOU! or if i should change anything on here! thanx! MY NAME MY ADDRESS ∙ MY CITY AND STATE AND ZIP CODE MY PHONE NUMBER ∙ MY EMAIL ADDRESS Objective and Summary Highly motivated hard working individual searching for employment in a fast paced growing company. My motive is to bring excellent customer service to pontential customers. Employment History Menards- Iowa City, IA March 2010 to Present Cashier and Service Desk team member. Responsibilities include work the cash register, direct customers to the right department, answer questions, aide customers in paying their bills, general maintenance and up keep of the store, inspect and inventory store equipment, translate for spanish speaking customers, guide customers in applying for the store credit card, fill in as head cashier when needed, stock shelves and help other departments. Hawkeye Pizza & Steak House October 2008 to March 2010 Waitress Responsibilities include taking orders from customers, general maintenance, answering telephones and taking orders, advertising weeks specials. Skills and Experience Capable of typing 60 words per minute. Bilingual- read, write, and speak English and Spanish fluently. Able to work well in a group environment as well as an individual. Maintain a positive attitute when placed in stressful situations. Very good with multi-tasking Proficient in Microsoft office. Trained well in customer service. Willing to learn new skills that will help with this position. Very good communication skills. Education ∙LaJames International College – Massage Therapy Program- December 2010 to July 2011 GPA 3.5 ∙Kirkwood Community College- Associates Degree- General Education- August 2010 to December 2010 ∙West Liberty High School- August 2007 to May 2010 GPA 3.5
  • Really good I think, not much to add, then again I don't know about job resumes. It looks good :)
  • Objective : ...."to PROVIDE excellent customer service to existing and potential clients." Menards: "....AID (no e) { verb help"; with an e noun refering treferringon} customers when paying their bills". May I suggest that you list LIKE duties with LIKE. By this I mean ALL cash related duties together, all customer related duties together, stocking related duties together and store maintenance duties together . I would put these in decending descendingat is the most important set FOR THE POSITION you're presently applying for at the top and the least applicable skills at the end of the list. And since you have "listed" other parts of your resume why not list the duties here as you have your Skills & Experience?
  • I am an employment specialist and professional resume writer who would be more than happy to help you re-write your resume. I look at over 200 resumes per month and would be more than happy to take a look at your resume. You can forward it to my email address below. Sincerely, Vince vdesroches@mail.com
  • A mailman donated about $45,000 to her campaign . Roughly what he earns in an entire year . Further investigation shows that this runs deeper than they thought . One of her fund-raisers(can't remember the guys name. . . a Yahoo news story would've been helpful) also listed this mailman's address as his own . Then there's the issue of Harold Ickes(spelling) .More trouble coming . Yet this story is not visible if included at all . When will they ever learn . . . . . . when will they ever learn ? Doesn't it seem logical that the media would normally pounce on a big story like this ? Yet they haven't . Hmmmmmm , why would that be ? It couldn't be media bias now , could it ?
  • Actually Yahoo DID cover the story. Problem is they buried it under these other stories and changed it into a charitable act by Clinton (who gave the money away not after she realized it was from a criminal but only AFTER SHE WAS CAUGHT WITH IT). Taking the stories in order from Yahoos news page... Report: Va. Tech could have saved lives Economy grows at fastest pace in a year Toys 'R' Us to recall 27,000 coloring cases IAEA: Iranian cooperation significant Wanted Taliban leader killed in raid Taliban may free rest of Korean hostages China replaces 5 Cabinet ministers Concertgoer sues Lil' Wayne for injuries Colo. school bans tag on its playground Boyfriends Do More Housework Than Husbands Astronomers find a hole in the universe Hurricane unearthed 18th-century cannons in Mexico FBI investigates string of store threats Bitterness lingers 2 years after Katrina Cho's problems date to early childhood Major mob trial wrapping up in Chicago Dodd seeks boost from firefighters White House hopefuls love Iowa ethanol Clinton to give away fundraiser's cash .
  • Fox news said something about Obama nailing her on a questionable champaign financing from 4 different questionable lobbyists. I think it's every Sunday? that Hannity exposes a democratic injustice and so far he's brought up quite a bit including Vince Foster and now this. He also brought up the deal with John Edwards who was seen giving comfort to the NO Katrina people while being a top investor in some investment firm that upped these peoples rates to outlandish amount and they couldn't pay so this investment firm has foreclosed on a lot of these houses that these people just managed to get fixed. We didn't see that in the news either. MoveOn is a democratic watchdog out there to attack Republicans and everything they find gets splashed in the headlines but these other stories stay quiet, why? I'm outraged and we need to do something about it!
  • If this would be a Republican candidate for office it would be front page news or the first item on the national news for days. The Clinton's for years have had many questionable funding sources, remember all the Chinese funding during the Clinton administration and Gore's attempt to say he was not aware of the illegality of fund raising with the Buddhist monks.
  • Oh how I WISH the media would treat all the candidates in a consistent manner. Some get kid-gloves and others raked over the coals. Media bias indeed. Sad that some just blindly believe that everything the media tells them the complete and accurate story...but that's why we have so many uniformed people here.
  • I want to see that story about Michael Duga, former Democrat Senator Max Cleland's chief of staff and John Edward's staffer's wild night. He went to a fundraiser for John Edwards at Martha's Vineyard (I smell Kennedy) and stole a car, used a lot of drugs and capped off the evening by breaking into a Coast Guard station.
  • Bush slips on a few words during his speech? Front page Yahoo! news. Hillary accepts tens of thousands of dollars in illegal donations? Page 1,263 in a search, AND they turn it to make Hillary look like the good guy. Go figure. Liberal Yahoo! sucks.
  • I did find the story but not on Yahoo. It is a Yahoo story, guess it hit too close to home. http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/democratic_fu... And here is the link to the crook (oops ) I mean the person who donated http://www.latimes.com/news/nationworld/... Where is the democratic outrage???? I know they have NO morals and standards. So it is business as usual
  • Unfortunately a political sex scandal is a much bigger draw. The press isn't finished getting yardage out of that senator's restroom incident yet. When that dies down, they'll likely pickup on the lesser attention getting political contribution scandal.
  • I find it funny that the arrest in June of Larry Craig(R) is just getting the "big air"time right before the Clinton campaign fraud came to light and got swept under the rug, don't you?!
  • When in a leadership role, you must deal with tens of thousands of people. Obviously some are going to not be the best. Once the Clinton campaign found out about this, they resolved it quickly. The amount at play was less than .5% of what the Clinton campaign has raised so far. It was reported in the NYT and Washington Post evenly and fairly. Yahoo is not really the bastian of news in the U.S., and, probably should not be construed as such.
  • how much was it estimated around when you baught yours used i found one for 10k if i finance it and (possible trade in my contour as a downpayment to releive some cash) how much would it cost a month for the car from the deal (finance or whatever) for the insurance and to register it and all that i dont like my contour and its a peice of s*** handed down haha the scion would be my first car, i just need to know if i can afford it :( any help PLEASE??? no negative feed back, i know its not as fast as your "ultra c00l wh1p wit da hott spoiluh ~n~ rimz" but i dont really care, im just asking the estimated about from other scion OWNERS or if you know in general thanks
  • The car you will be very pleased with, you cant go wrong monthly payment will depend on how much they give you for a trade in value, and any other money you have to add to down to register..it depends on the state ..in Illinois I think is is like 48. no matter what...in Nebraska it cost me 1450 new...but in Iowa only 168. Insurance will also depend on your age, if you are on your parents, to get multiple car discounts, your grades...good grades do lower your rates you will have to have full coverage.since it will be financed. did they add any extras to your car...do you have the rounded upgrade tail lights, the led lighting under the dash? the center arm rest? cruise? is it automatic..? I think 10K is prob a good price. plan on prob.....239. for car payment and 100 for insurance..also go for the lowest deduct...you don't want to sit with car payment but a accident that keeps you from driving..I have had to replace 2 windshield...once a piece of a mountain fell on it, and once ..who knows I travel on gravel..and have saved the difference already on insurance having 0 deduct..over having 100 deduct...and it is nice to pay nothing..I paid cash for my new scion so am not sure on the car payment sorry
  • Xb will be inexpensive due to safety ratings. You might pay anywhere from the low 2,s to high 2's depending on alot of variables like trade and credit. Insurance if you are a 1st time buyer expect a little more. Around 800-1000 a year. So cost of owning would be around mid 3's with maintenance and insurance.
  • 06 xb would be an ok car for a first time owner. I would just check how many miles are on it, because I have seen alot of xb's on the road for companies and it might have a ton of miles on it of an 06. Scion's are great little cars, great on gas, cheap to maintane. I could not tell you how much your going to be paying a month for the payment and insurance because I have a Scion Tc, and insurance is always different for area to area. All I can tell you is if it does not have a ton of miles your getting yourself a good little car.
  • Good car, Toyota of course, great on gas. Two things wrong: One is that the design of the windshield makes it prone to cracks. The other thing is the stick shifter on the floor. There is no console around it so your front passenger can very easily knock it out of gear.
  • i offered a 2005 xB back in June of '04 and nevertheless have over 52K miles on it. My in basic terms criticism is the unrealistic mpg score on the sticky label. I continuously regular 28mpg, all highway, and not the 34 they marketed. different than that's as sturdy as any Corolla I even have owned in the previous. that's an extremely worry unfastened vehicle. basically replace your air clear out, transmission fluid (basically drain and fill up - the clear out is non-serviceable), and spark plugs in step with annum and get widely used oil ameliorations. The gasoline clear out is in the tank and non-serviceable. It handles great in all climate yet regardless of all those abode windows i discover a bad blind spot on the the basically right option area. not each and every xB comes with a cabin air clear out put in besides the indisputable fact that that's particularly elementary to place in one (in the back of the glove field). for roughly $15 it quite does strengthen air high quality.
  • Well, the ONLY feedback I'm able to give you is negative -- it is the single ugliest car ever built and I will NEVER understand why anyone would actually give money to have one. Yes your Contour is a POS, but believe me there are LOTS of cars in the world that are very good that don't look like a toaster oven. I beg you -- don't buy it. It will be like driving around in the box that a nice looking car came in.
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