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  • My Ideal Job: Maggiano's Little Italy And Grand Lux Restaurant

    My Ideal Job I see myself as Pastry Sous Chef for an establishment in Las Vegas within the next five years. My ideal job would be a position which allows me to provide for myself and live comfortably, where I fit in with the company environment, and which will help me grow and gain experience for the future. I want to work in Las Vegas, Nevada because I want to live near my family at this point in my life. Additionally, my ideal job would need to meet at least some, if not most, of my job criteria regarding pay, benefits, and environment. For me, an ideal pay rate, at this point is one in which I can pay all of my bills comfortably with some left over for savings. By my estimation, this means I need to aim for a job that pays around $12.00 an hour as a starting wage. I would prefer a job which includes tangible benefits such as medical, dental, and a 401k. I would also like a job with intangible benefits such as opportunity for growth, shared values, and an enjoyable work environment. As far as job duties go, I would like to work for a company that would allow me to bake breads, plate desserts, produce pastry products, potentially plan new menu items, and perfect techniques I have already learned. A job that would enable me to do this would probably be labeled as Pastry Cook, which is fine for a starting job; however, I would hope that by year five I would be able to be in a position such as Pastry Sous Chef. The type of employer that would fit these preliminary requirements…

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  • Night Cafe Vincent Van Gogh Analysis

    Night Cafe Who was Vincent Van Gogh? And why the night cafe is one of his masterpiece and most famous painting? In the Modernist world there were so many fabulous and famous paintings but in this essay I want to focus in Vincent Gogh.Vincent Gogh was born on March 30 of 1853 in Netherland. He studied paintings while living in Paris in 1886. He was a Dutch artist whose work had a far reaching influence on 20th-century art. He never married he declared his love to Eugénie Loyer, but she reject…

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  • Class Action Lawsuit Analysis

    If a claim will result in a potential recovery that is so low that one plaintiff may not find it worthwhile to pursue due to the expense and effort required it may be a good candidate for a Class Action Lawsuit. In these types of suits, many people with a common cause join together to file suit. Suits of this type are allowed when (1) The group share common questions of law that can be settled in the same suit, (2) it is not possible for the group members to bring the action individually, and…

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  • Nt1310 Unit 2 Assignment 1

    Article Critique Assignment 1. The type of research used in this study was quantitative. Quantitative research compares outcomes, measures using numbers, tests a hypothesis, and requires a larger sample. The article being critiqued, used standardized clinical tools, the CAFAS and the CBCL, and standardized measures to generate numeric scores. The type of research used in this study is explanatory. Explanatory research seeks to explain how and why things happen, test theories, establish…

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  • Black Death Plague Essay

    improper crop allocation in the different social classes and war(Dewitte, Sharon, and Philip Slavin). This famine aided the bovine pestilence, which when mixed with a poor nutritional intake can severely weaken the immune system, making the English people more susceptible to the disease. The final mistake that the people made was a lack of hygiene, which was an unheard of concept in those times. By the thirteen fifties the people were weak and susceptible to the disease that was brought by…

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  • Sbfa Pros And Cons

    more lines of a multi-line business, unsolicited advertising faxes, etc. (Paul F.).” “Some requires solicitors to maintain a company-specific “do-not-call” list of consumers who asked to not be called, to honor the Nation Do Not Call Registry, and to provide their name and the name of the person or entity on whose behalf call is being made along with a telephone number or address at which they can be contacted ( Marc J. Rachman and David S. Greenberg).” All of these rules are to help with safety…

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  • Xu Bing's Phoenixes Case Study

    After a long time working in the United States, Xu Bing decided to come back to China as vice president of The Central Academy of Fine Arts, CAFA, in 2008. At the same time, he was invited to create a commercial project for Beijing Central Business District, CBD. When he entered the construction site of this building, the animalistic hot temperature and rough skin in its interior enthralled Xu Bing’s attention immediately. The direct contrast of the migrant workers’ harsh working conditions and…

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