We are currently purchasing a new townhome and after the offer was accepted, we had our home inspection. The home inspector found several issues that need to be fixed due to shoddy building (like putting in a spa tub but not putting in the motor or an access panel and not hooking up the dishwasher) and stated that some things are not up to code (like the location of the upstairs dryer vent). Is it reasonable on new construction to expect the builders to fix these issues due to poor construction or should we be ready for a "split cost" situation?
I have a bachelor's and master's degrees in electrical engineering with little to no experience in the field. I am currently a construction manager and would like to work in the field that I received my degrees in or closely related fielde. Can anyone help with some advice? Thanks
I Need to know this for an assignment
However I do not understand the topic all to well.
I need to show my knowledge and understanding of Technical theatre and cover the topics Lighting, Sound, Set, Costume, Mask and Make Up. I know a fair bit about technical theatre but i just have no idea what to write! does anyone have any suggestions for topics or some points to include? I am allowed to do research in books and on the internet but I just have no idea what sort of things i can write about?
What is the better job in your opinion or are there any other jobs that are better in the construction area? Information on both jobs would be appreciated (salary etc). Thanks alot :)
I just started electrical technicians school and i have 4g ears but want 00g. also plan on filling in my arms the rest of the way. will this keep me from getting a job when im certified?
I do not want to act, but be the background helper. tell me what these do in plays and during rehearsals
assistant to director
...course offered at Colleges?
I've seen entry level Continuing education courses offered by Technical Colleges in NYC that teach installation, repair & setup for Alarm systems, CCTV systems, and Security systems but wonder if they could actually lead to a job after completion. Do companies actually hire entry level positions? Any one have any experience with this as I'm considering a mid-life career change.
Do you think politicians that tell everyday working class americans that we don't want those jobs even know first hand what they are talking about or are they just making this up?
I've noticed GB decided to input "service" related jobs into the mix which is rather broad. Realistically here are the jobs we supposedly don't want.
Waitressing, cooks, maids, hotel clerks, receptionists, welders, construction, fast food (teens want those jobs), managers, landscapers, carpenters, truck drivers (new), agriculture, hooking up cable, plumbers, air conditioning mechanics, car mechanics, hospital employees (mostly maids and receptionists, clinic employees, teachers (a few schools now hiring to meet the demands), call centers.
It's time for our own revolution of proof. Take photos of your city, take photos of your hospitals, take photos of americans doing those jobs and take photos of I.I's doing jobs that we supposedly don't want. Mail it or make a site with the pics to pass on.
to the one who asked where I got my data...
life experience. Witnessing it with my own two eyes, having family and friends who went through getting fired.
Going to hospitals and watching them sink within 7 years. Comparing how the hospital staff treated people 7 years ago in comparison to now, it's not very nice either. If you are a citizen, the staff redirects their anger at you and hospitals won't dare bring up what is really causing their problems because it is viewed of as wrong in the government's eyes so hospitals lay blame on citizen who cross counties to go to their hospital when really it's about illegal immigration. Try going to a hospital as a citizen to have the staff speak to you rudely but say nothing to the person who is an illegal immigrant. Try having to listen to a hospital employee b*tch you out when you are in pain for not going to another hospital while the illegal immigrant went to the wrong hospital too and wasn't scolded. I've had it with the insults.
Do people who work at restaurants typically file for unemployment? No.
Do receptionists, generally not.
Do people who lost their jobs at computer programming? Yes.
Do landscapers file for unemployment? Usually not
What about waitresses? Nope.
Unemployment stats cover those that actually were approved for benefits. In the south alone, do you know how many people get rejected even though they were truly laid off but their bosses decided to claim they were fired or the employee was in the wrong?
Unemployment doesn't cover alot of fields. There is no true way to determine how many people are losing their jobs as alot of lowerclass to lower middle class workers don't feel they are entitled to it nor do they rush off to get unemployment.
The government does not benefit from giving unemployment benefits nor does it benefit from showing high numbers. Who is in control of reporting this data?
What kind of trades use drill bits and need to buy drill bits all the time
Basically I am sixteen but still in full time education as I am now doing my AS levels but I need a saturday/sunday job, I always like to look good and need money. I have applied for nearly everywhere around my town (Uxbridge) but all I get is rejection, I am starting to feel a little depressed. my grades are;
Religious Studies (a)
Science- Double Award (b)
English Language (b)
English Literature (b)
Art and Design (b)
and OCR Level 2 National Award in Information and Communications Technology - Double Award (GCSE)
I get that they are looking for personality and I have presented that in my actual CV but it seems like as soon as they look at my birth date it is an immediate no, so personality does not even come into it at my age! I have no work experience but if I was even given an interview I am sure I could win them over, it is so frustrating even McDonald's turned me down (no offence).
I currently work as an assistant project manager for a construction firm. Nearly one full year in this position, I've realized that this is not for me. I've seen crane operators making way more than what I'll ever dream (six figures, easy work, and it seems to be a bit fun). I don't regret going for Civ. Eng. because the possibilities are endless in this field. I just need guidance/suggestions on what's the best route to take.
Thanks in advance!
Somewhere within 30 miles of Philipsburg, PA, because that's where I live. I'm only 15 at the moment, but I'm working a part time job making about $400 a month. I did some math and by the time I turn 18, if I save $300 out of the $400 I make a month, I'll have about $7,500 by the time I turn 18. I was wondering if this would be enough to have all the basic stuff you need (heating, electricity, cable, internet maybe, cell phone, etc). Also, if I wouldn't have enough, give me things I could do to make more money on the side. Thanks!
Edit: The money I am saving is for when I turn 18 so I have it in case I don't have enough to rent something. I'm looking for numbers, not explanations on how to go about this, because my parents help me with that. Sorry for being unclear.
Completing bachelor in networking there is no need to do A+,N+ CCNA and CCNP short professional courses.
what the path to go??