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This 42-year-old married mother of two wants to help you write your online dating profile.

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I guess you have never been to Tennessee it is a very long state and no one would commute clear across it- so it would be divided into at least three different job markets. Also the job market would strongly depend on what kind of job you are qualified for.

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Some feedback: - include where you work (you may have just removed your school name for privacy when posting here but just to be sure) - Include at least the month with your dates - not just the year. The year is way to general and for all we know you worked one day in 2010, or you could have worked 365 days of 2010. - Include more description for each of the jobs. Are you responsible for anything (supervising others, training of others etc)? When you serve food is it face-paced (would show you re fine with pressure)? Anything that shows initiative, creativity, working well with others etc. - Any awards or a good enough average a school worth mentioning? If not, that s fine. But if you re on the honor role or have gotten any awards it s worth mentioning (at least a few of them if you have plenty). - Make it clear which of these jobs are volunteer or paid. Not that you should remove them, but it s important for a potential employer to know. As it stands right now I m not sure by the description if "childcare" means you watched your little brother and nephew for free or if you re babysitting or if maybe you re even looking after kids all day at a daycare you run out of your own house. (Adding more description will help too) One thing to also mention is not to include an email address that has a "silly" user name. You don t want to list "HawtGigglesGirl@hotmail.com" as your contact. If you need to, make a different account and check it regularly.

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http://www.hirevetsfirst.gov/militaryskills.asp this is a good site to translate military skills to civilian ones. http://hawaii.gov/labor/ui you can post your resume online. You might want to see also if they have resume writing classes or have someone look over your resume. Your resume is to self yourself try to match key words in the job description to your skills. If they want a person that can do 20000 key strokes per minute make sure you have that as a skill (unless of course you can t). http://federalgovernmentjobs.us/job-location/hawaii-hi.html another website to search. Veterans preference.. To be entitled to preference, a veteran must meet the eligibility requirements in section 2108 of title 5, United States Code. This means that: An honorable or general discharge is necessary. Military retirees at the rank of major, lieutenant commander, or higher are not eligible for preference unless they are disabled veterans. Guard and Reserve active duty for training purposes does not qualify for preference. When applying for Federal jobs, eligible veterans should claim preference on their application or resume. Applicants claiming 10-point preference must complete form SF-15, Application for 10-Point Veteran Preference. The SF-15 is available online at: http://www.opm.gov/forms/pdf_fill/SF15.pdf. TYPES OF PREFERENCE: 5-Point Preference Five points are added to the passing examination score of a veteran who served: During the period December 7, 1941, to July 1, 1955; or For more than 180 consecutive days, any part of which occurred after January 31, 1955, and before October 15, 1976; or For more than 180 consecutive days, any part of which occurred during the period beginning September 11, 2001, and ending on the date prescribed by Presidential proclamation or by law as the last day of Operation Iraqi Freedom; or During the Gulf War from August 2, 1990 through January 2, 1992; or In a campaign or expedition for which a campaign medal has been authorized, including El Salvador, Grenada, Haiti, Lebanon, Panama, Somalia, Southwest Asia, Bosnia, and the Global War on Terrorism. Medal holders and Gulf War veterans who enlisted after September 7, 1980, or entered on active duty on or after October 14, 1982, must have served continuously for 24 months or the full period called or ordered to active duty. The service requirement does not apply to veterans with compensable service-connected disabilities, or to veterans separated for disability in the line of duty, or for hardship. 10-Point Preference Ten points are added to the passing examination score of: A veteran who served any time and who (1) has a present service-connected disability or (2) is receiving compensation, disability retirement benefits, or pension from the military or the Department of Veterans Affairs. Individuals who received a Purple Heart qualify as disabled veterans. An unmarried spouse of certain deceased veterans, a spouse of a veteran unable to work because of a service-connected disability, and a mother of a veteran who died in service or who is permanently and totally disabled.