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Thanks for sharing that, Nancy. Love how positive and proactive you are in your career. No wonder your cup overflowing 🙂All of these examples count:

So for now I will keep the daily grind – fortunately I’m pretty good at the job so I can do a lot of networking and writing while I’m at my desk and here’s hoping for liberation some time soon!

Then, discuss why you feel the company is a great fit for you. Why do you love the company and its culture? For example, “I’m passionate about helping animals and their well-being. I admire what your organization does and would love to be a part of a team that does such wonderful work that makes a difference in the lives of so many animals.”The second is that you can, and will, deliver results (again, with examples from previous experience to back up this claim).

During revision time, students are too selective in what they choose to read, selecting one or two books and remembering as much from those as possible. What comes across in a good essay is confidence, and this can only be achieved by demonstrating plenty of reading on a subject, so that you can be prepared for any question that you come across. This also requires giving yourself plenty of time to read, and not leaving it until a few days before an exam or assignment.

Finally you ask what I hate about customer service? I hate it when I have exhausted all possible solutions and resources within the company and cannot find a solution for a customer within a reasonable time frame.I hate when the customer I am assisting takes their frustration out on me as if the issue they encountered is my fault.

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