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Careers

The thing is, if it turns out the citizens of the great State of California actually like low vehicle license fees, almost no property tax, decaying K-12 public education and the circus atmosphere of budgetary sleight-of-hand in lieu of responsible fiscal management, then my career is meaningless before I even graduate.

    TAGS:  work, auto, California, careers, circus, taxes, education, government


Career Tip #358 :: Keith

The moment you find yourself laying sprinkler pipe in the rain in October is the moment you’ll realize you’ve made an unfortunate career blunder.

    TAGS:  advice, careers, blunders


When you get there start looking for another… don’t wait until the end.

    TAGS:  advice, careers, scary


When I grow up, :: goliard

I want to be a Master Artichoke Cleaner

    TAGS:  careers, growing up


Priorities :: Jo

When looking for a new career, what’s most important is imagining your wardrobe, and what, exactly, others will envy about your fabulous lifestyle.

    TAGS:  work, careers, envy, lifestyle, wardrobe


Career :: Keith

“Forget that robot nonsense,” Steve’s father said to his son, “because the real money’s gonna be in bag salad, life’s best pre-packaged convenience; that’s what the people want and that’s what they’ll pay for, not for some fool robot idea.”

    TAGS:  robots, careers, salad


Sometimes I wish people would just be nice to each other, but then I remember that my entire professional career exists because so many people are mean, greedy, and/or stupid.

    TAGS:  lawyers, careers


Having sent my resume to about 20 different email addresses, I catch a glaring clerical error that ought to have the hr’s laughing their asses off. me? i’m just this side of cryin.

    TAGS:  careers


 

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