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Some of the discussions happening in the community right now
I was recently laid off, as a teacher. I am new to the field and am getting my license approved but the process has stopped because from my job status. There won’t be many viable openings until next year spring. I’m even considering changing careers, altogether. Teaching is great but doesn’t pay the bills in this city. What should I do?
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I eventually want to remove my last workplace from my resume (I'm currently looking for my next opportunity now and hope to have things solved by Christmas). I worked somewhere for 3.5 years initially, and the gap would end up being a year between that experience and my new one, fingers crossed! I don't want to associate myself any longer with the values/issues at ...
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This is kinda embarrassing but it has been a while since I updated my Times font still the go to or will that date me?
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