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    change my own oil on my automobile without my dad’s help and therefore became a quick learner. If you are still having a difficult time coming up with relevant skills, and think about only your strengths. It can range from how strong you are physically to what you are as a person. For example, on my resume, I said “able to lift more than 40 pounds.” I added this because the job I was applying for required someone who was able to lift heavy equipment. Additionally, interviewers like to see this on your resume because they note that you are not limited to one job that does not require no labor involved. An example of a strength could be able to work independently. Maybe during all your education years, you were able to work on a project alone and get a good grade on it without the help of others. Consequently, you don’t always have to have past work experience to come up with relevant skills because you can think about what were your strengths in…

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    UK Immigration - Tier 2 Work Permit Tier 2 work permits are a points based system. They are designed for candidates who wish to change employment while they are within the UK. An applicant would still be required to obtain a Certificate of Sponsorship from the new company and repeat the points based assessment for successful processing of the work permit. This is a little different than ICT work permits but more similar to a standard work permit application. A sponsoring company, rather than the…

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    operations and make sure that we are running smoothly. My next position will be an assistant manager by the name of Alex Anderson. He will be responsible for ordering and working with on cash flow. My next manager will be Brian Hendon his job will be to manage the schedule and a kitchen. My Next manager will be Lisa Martin. Her job will be back of the house and the front of the house manager. She will hold both position and she will make sure that it runs smoothly. The next position will be my…

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    Teens everywhere are excited when they can drive. "Tennessee allows drivers to get a learners permit at the age of 15. To earn a graduated driver’s license, you must have held your learners permit for six months, be at least 16 years old, and complete a log providing you have practiced driving for at least 50 hours.” (ct.gov) All they can think about is driving and the freedom that come with driving. For many teens, driving is the first step to being adult because they have freedom to do almost…

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    parent and can help prevent accidents. Increasing the legal driving age in Missouri can lower teen fatality rates. Scientists have said that the area in your brain that makes judgments and weighs risks is not fully developed until the age of 25. Now, I’m not trying to say we should Cervantes 2 raise the driving age to 25 but I’m saying that young adults who have experience will have a better judgments when driving at the age of 18 vs 16 (USA Today). If young adults obtain a…

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    When you are a teen you want to have fun , but doing that at home can be hard at times, and sometimes people are to busy to drive you or just do not have the gas, what are you to do then. The place most sixteen year olds need to get to is school, and most people hate riding the bus, and having someone to dive you could make you late ,waiting for them. When driving yourself to school you only have to rely on yourself to get ready on time, which can help you make it to school on time. Being able…

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    concerned with how many wrecks and accidents there are, they should make an effort with the younger generation to properly educate them on driving and rules of the road. instead of just postponing all of this bad driving to a later date, an especially critical date in a young person 's life, there should just be an effort to make the teens better drivers sooner. If it is a concern that teens cannot drive properly, then that concern should be acted on, not procrastinated on. In conclusion, the…

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    At approximately 7:00 pm on Wednesday, April 6th, 2016 I arrived at 7810 Shaver Rd for my internship with the Portage Department of Public Safety. I entered the station and put on my vest for my ride along. I then proceeded to the Sergeant 's office where I received the name of the officer I would be riding with for the night. The Sergeant told me I was scheduled to ride with Officer Patterson. I met with Patterson and we went to the briefing room and waited for the night shift briefing. After…

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    16-year olds have higher crash rates than drivers of any other age. Obtaining a drivers license is a huge new step to a 16 year old. Most may think that it is sense of independence and freedom. It is exhilarating to be a 16-year old and know that they will no longer depend on their parents to drive the to school, party 's, theaters, meeting with friends, and many other places. Unfortunately, being a 16-year old with a drivers license has brought a lot of problems to teens and their families.…

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    Speed Demons Imagine a teenager announces that she passed her written test and received her driver’s permit. An experienced driver’s first reaction is to tell the teenager to announce when she will be on the road so they can stay off of it. When teenagers first become participants in the driving world, they favor speed; as a result, few people trust them. Teenagers are not mature enough to take on the road at 15 ½, because of this, an increase in the minimum age required to receive a learner’s…

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