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Stefanie Ebersbacher Answered: Just login to your account and edit. That’s the best thing about Westhill Consulting. They are very user friendly.

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I am 52 years old looking for part time work.

Try Walmart. Most stores are always hiring. They tend to have a high turnover rate. But if you get the right store with good managers, it's not a bad place to work.

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A lot really depends on the state in which you worked. The dispute you had with your supervisor and how you reacted, and hat their official reason for terminating your employment was. If you are in California, it is nearly impossible to win a wrongful termination case. You can't even get a lawyer to ...

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It all depends on how you impress them in a way you answer each job interview question . Also, in a way on how you handle the job interview. They are looking for a XXX Factor. If in the first interview they already find it, then right away you will be hired. Just impress them. Good Luck!

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Legal? yes, but why would you when nurses can literally walk down the street and get themselves a better job?