I recently joined the navy, I took the job of NAT-IS, which is an Intelligence Specialist. The job requires me to have a top secret security clearance, I have no felonies, prior arrests, or tickets, But I do have about $4,000.00 of credit card debt. So does this automatically exclude me from the security clearance.
I have a credit card with a very small limit, but I use it for everything. It's easier to keep track of things if I do. So, I use it until it's mostly maxed, and then pay it off. Sometimes I do this a couple of times a month. Is this bad for my credit?
I'm always paying it off, never carrying a balance... I just do it a little more frequently than normal. Advice?
My husband works for a very large company as an outside sales specialist and is required to use his personal credit card for business expenses. We only had 1 card we could use for emergencies and his charges are very high and gets used a lot! We now don't have that card for emergencies since it is usually maxed out and our credit scores are hurting for having such high balances. Is this legal and how can we ask the company to issue a corporate card to him?
I am a new employee with Wachovia as a Financial Specialist. I am also newly engaged and have credit card debt and a huge mortgage. Just wondering if any Wachovia employees have an answer for me.
I have some credit card debt and I don't know what credit card company to consider, either a "CCCS" or Debt Settlement company. Is there a better alternitive to either?
If anyone has successfully renegotiated their interest rates on their credit cards and how to go about doing it?
When I was 18 and 19 I really did some stupid things , like get a credit card, and not pay off bills right away so my credit is bad right now. I ve since paid off most of my debts. I know banks do credit checks when you apply and I was wondering if this would have a major affect on their hiring decision.
Hi, so I need to put a 'job title' down on an application and not exactly sure the correct terminology. I was in charge of accounts, ie processing monthly credit card payments by hand, all contracts for treatment(explaining conditions getting signatures etc), all the secretarial side of things(appointment reminders phoned and mailed, booking appointments and making sure appointment book was balanced, updating patient files, all the organisational side of things, ie filing etc), stock takes and ordering, any practice to practice paper work, ie receiving appropriate xrays, recommending patients to other specialists, and updating the practice website, and all banking ie lodginf daily intakes etc. This was all an orthodontic practice btw thanks
I am in college and half way done with my AS Computer Network Specialist degree at my community college. I have bee researching jobs and find they require work experience. How do I get work experience? My degree requires in order to graduate take either Journeyman Card, three credit co-op work experience, or Standard Industry Examination. Can you tell me about these? What is your opinion? Am I wasting my time thinking when I graduate I will get a job? Etc?
What is the name of a job that all I do is program all day? And what are all the salaries for it/them? By the way I'm 14 so I'm just trying to look ahead and any tips would be greatly appreciated!
I have a term paper to write.. and the prompt is why college students are targeted for identity theft. I'm finding it really hard to think of three topics for this paper because I've never even heard of a college student being in that predicament.
This is all very new to me, I really don't see why they're targeted. I'm a college student and no one has tried to steal my identity o,O I have a credit card though .. it's a victorias secret one if that's any helpful.
I'm really interested in becoming a Computer Support Specialist as computer jobs are more needed but i'm not very good in math. I'm good in computers but not in math. I fear that to become one I would have to take a lot of math courses. I really want to be an archivist but I fear that it would be hard to get a job as one. I'm very good in history as well. What should I do?
I'm looking to move to los angeles for schooling, and would like to know what's a good job out there that'll be stable enough to make a living. Starbucks? Macy's? Target? I don't want to go back to McDonalds. something that's bearable to work at? any ideas?
What does the employer look for in the interview? I am half way done with my computer network specialist degree at my community college. Is it hard to get a job? What is the work like? Do I need experience or certifications? My degree requires me to take either 3 credit co-op work experience, journey man card or standard industry examination.? Can you tell me about these three requirements? Is the 3 credit co-op work experience "experience"? What advice can you give me about the computer networking field? Etc?
My husband barely got his permanent residency a little over a year ago land has not established credit yet. Do we need to wait?
The company I am interested in working for is in Europe. However, I am trying to find out if this company is legit. I would call information if it was in my country. But I do not have access to that information for that country. Any ideas on how I can find out if this company is real/fake? or what is the best way?
I just started working for Verizon as IT specialist and I'll get my salary on the 20th. I'm broke now. My friends here have salary smaller than mine so they can't lend me. I met my online friend abroad and we had fun and we talk about deep stuff. He's a professional just like me. Is it okay to ask money from a person i only seen once-like an online friend?
We would like to sell up and move to Florida. We are retired and do not require work.
Our daughter and her family would also like to move at the same time, she and her husband are both teachers and they have an infant daughter. So any recommendations for them would also be helpful.
We are all Australian citizens.
If so these are the questions, and can you give me enough information to cite it for a paper.
1. What are Target's recruitment strategies?
2. Is Target an international company and if so, what career opportunities do you offer internationally?
3. How are Target’s employees rewarded for exceptional job performance?
4. Does Target offer training or education benefits to its employees in order to keep them up to date?
I'm very interested in serving in this position in the Army Reserves, but I have over $28,000 in student loans (I have my B.A. in Communications and I am a licensed esthetician) and I'm worried that that, coupled with my credit card debt (approx $7500), might keep me out.