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  • #123080
    Avatar of ChanKimSear1
    ChanKimSear1
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    Guys and girls, I’d like to tell you that when you work for corporate America, it is essential to socialize. This can come in very handy when you’re looking for a job.

    I’ll give you an example for my husband and me. My husband works as a CAD Drafter/Designer for a well known company. When the recession hit, he got laid off just recently. Before him, many of the project managers, landscape architects, and engineers were also laid off. Well, when my husband was looking for a job, he called these people and what do you know? He got a job right away.

    For me, I’ve been offered many jobs in the insurance industry through many of the vendors, agents, and brokers I deal with everyday. I like where I am so I will not quit my job. But if I did, I have no problem getting it.

    See, it’s imperative that wherever you work, always be kind, nice, and socialize. You can always have work when you need one.

    #123098
    Avatar of theaprum
    theaprum
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    It’s professional networking not socializing per se that creates economic value. Socializing by itself is just for entertainment value if it doesn’t lead to networking. The difference between the two is that you build a strong enough professional rapport that the other person is willing to stand by you by providing reference as well as job leads. Socializing takes no work whatsoever, but networking requires hard work on your part to create that special bond beyond idle chit chat behind the coffee station or the water cooler.

    Professional networking requires you to reach out to them, to add real value to them in some way, and make it clear that you’re going to be their reference and their leads as well. And in these days, it generally means that you’re linked together in professional network site liked LinkedIn.

    #123113
    Avatar of KomLostBong
    KomLostBong
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    Hello!!! ChanKimSear1,

    Are you talking about working in general insurances or difference’s???? Cuz I have 2 friends work in difference insurance. And I just want to know which one of my friends getting more salaries…

    1. this one friend works in an Insurance houses and cars broker
    2. that second friend works in stores Insurance and business groceries.

    Can you estimate a difference salary per/year in each of them??? thankz……

    [i]Originally posted by ChanKimSear1[/i]
    Guys and girls, I’d like to tell you that when you work for corporate America, it is essential to socialize. This can come in very handy when you’re looking for a job.

    I’ll give you an example for my husband and me. My husband works as a CAD Drafter/Designer for a well known company. When the recession hit, he got laid off just recently. Before him, many of the project managers, landscape architects, and engineers were also laid off. Well, when my husband was looking for a job, he called these people and what do you know? He got a job right away.

    For me, I’ve been offered many jobs in the insurance industry through many of the vendors, agents, and brokers I deal with everyday. I like where I am so I will not quit my job. But if I did, I have no problem getting it.

    See, it’s imperative that wherever you work, always be kind, nice, and socialize. You can always have work when you need one.

    #123131
    Avatar of BorossITII
    BorossITII
    Participant

    I’m glad things worked out for your husband. I’m having a hard time finding work right now and may resort going back to work at a call centre. Not my ideal job, but I’ll have to settle, since I have the experience and it’s easy to get in (due to high turn over).

    [i]Originally posted by ChanKimSear1[/i]
    Guys and girls, I’d like to tell you that when you work for corporate America, it is essential to socialize. This can come in very handy when you’re looking for a job.

    I’ll give you an example for my husband and me. My husband works as a CAD Drafter/Designer for a well known company. When the recession hit, he got laid off just recently. Before him, many of the project managers, landscape architects, and engineers were also laid off. Well, when my husband was looking for a job, he called these people and what do you know? He got a job right away.

    For me, I’ve been offered many jobs in the insurance industry through many of the vendors, agents, and brokers I deal with everyday. I like where I am so I will not quit my job. But if I did, I have no problem getting it.

    See, it’s imperative that wherever you work, always be kind, nice, and socialize. You can always have work when you need one.

    #123148
    Avatar of ChanKimSear1
    ChanKimSear1
    Participant

    Can’t say for personal insurance but for commercial insurance, an insurance adjuster can make from $55K to $110K depending on their licenses, etc.

    [i]Originally posted by KomLostBong[/i]
    Hello!!! ChanKimSear1,

    Are you talking about working in general insurances or difference’s???? Cuz I have 2 friends work in difference insurance. And I just want to know which one of my friends getting more salaries…

    1. this one friend works in an Insurance houses and cars broker
    2. that second friend works in stores Insurance and business groceries.

    Can you estimate a difference salary per/year in each of them??? thankz……
    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by ChanKimSear1[/i]
    Guys and girls, I’d like to tell you that when you work for corporate America, it is essential to socialize. This can come in very handy when you’re looking for a job.

    I’ll give you an example for my husband and me. My husband works as a CAD Drafter/Designer for a well known company. When the recession hit, he got laid off just recently. Before him, many of the project managers, landscape architects, and engineers were also laid off. Well, when my husband was looking for a job, he called these people and what do you know? He got a job right away.

    For me, I’ve been offered many jobs in the insurance industry through many of the vendors, agents, and brokers I deal with everyday. I like where I am so I will not quit my job. But if I did, I have no problem getting it.

    See, it’s imperative that wherever you work, always be kind, nice, and socialize. You can always have work when you need one.

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    #123163
    Avatar of KomLostBong
    KomLostBong
    Participant

    Wow!!! That’s so awesome salaries…thats why they can afford to pay mortgate $2,000 per/monthly. and they drive an luxury cars as well…..Hummmmmm!!! I should go back to upgrade my english skill, in order to get that position as same as my friends.

    Do that course need alot of maths…??????

    [i]Originally posted by ChanKimSear1[/i]
    Can’t say for personal insurance but for commercial insurance, an insurance adjuster can make from $55K to $110K depending on their licenses, etc.

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by KomLostBong[/i]
    Hello!!! ChanKimSear1,

    Are you talking about working in general insurances or difference’s???? Cuz I have 2 friends work in difference insurance. And I just want to know which one of my friends getting more salaries…

    1. this one friend works in an Insurance houses and cars broker
    2. that second friend works in stores Insurance and business groceries.

    Can you estimate a difference salary per/year in each of them??? thankz……
    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by ChanKimSear1[/i]
    Guys and girls, I’d like to tell you that when you work for corporate America, it is essential to socialize. This can come in very handy when you’re looking for a job.

    I’ll give you an example for my husband and me. My husband works as a CAD Drafter/Designer for a well known company. When the recession hit, he got laid off just recently. Before him, many of the project managers, landscape architects, and engineers were also laid off. Well, when my husband was looking for a job, he called these people and what do you know? He got a job right away.

    For me, I’ve been offered many jobs in the insurance industry through many of the vendors, agents, and brokers I deal with everyday. I like where I am so I will not quit my job. But if I did, I have no problem getting it.

    See, it’s imperative that wherever you work, always be kind, nice, and socialize. You can always have work when you need one.

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    #123178
    Avatar of meartukdob
    meartukdob
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    KomLostBong

    I thought u make alot of money already. I am happy today because I just got a raise.

    #123194
    Avatar of KomLostBong
    KomLostBong
    Participant

    I just lost contract 4 buildings at one time, cuz my workers STOLE some meats in the stores and the camra catched them…I just about hit the mountain by my head, Im so hurt and lost everything. Thats why I back to school and part-time work, only…

    Hey!!!Meatukdob,
    Congratulation!!! for you ‘re getting raise!!! Whay type of job do you work???

    [i]Originally posted by meartukdob[/i]
    KomLostBong

    I thought u make alot of money already. I am happy today because I just got a raise.

    #123209
    Avatar of meartukdob
    meartukdob
    Participant

    I work in the medical field. I am in Radiology department. You should go for medical field you can always find a job.

    [i]Originally posted by KomLostBong[/i]
    I just lost contract 4 buildings at one time, cuz my workers STOLE some meats in the stores and the camra catched them…I just about hit the mountain by my head, Im so hurt and lost everything. Thats why I back to school and part-time work, only…

    Hey!!!Meatukdob,
    Congratulation!!! for you ‘re getting raise!!! Whay type of job do you work???
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    [i]Originally posted by meartukdob[/i]
    KomLostBong

    I thought u make alot of money already. I am happy today because I just got a raise.

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    #123221
    Avatar of KomLostBong
    KomLostBong
    Participant

    Wow!!! its very great position huh!!??? hey…Im now on Technical Pharmacy for 2 years course long. Its a lil hard for me doing homework. no matter of what i have to pass all subjects, otherwise I dont get a Diploma…

    How long that course did you take it????

    [i]Originally posted by meartukdob[/i]
    I work in the medical field. I am in Radiology department. You should go for medical field you can always find a job.

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by KomLostBong[/i]
    I just lost contract 4 buildings at one time, cuz my workers STOLE some meats in the stores and the camra catched them…I just about hit the mountain by my head, Im so hurt and lost everything. Thats why I back to school and part-time work, only…

    Hey!!!Meatukdob,
    Congratulation!!! for you ‘re getting raise!!! Whay type of job do you work???
    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by meartukdob[/i]
    KomLostBong

    I thought u make alot of money already. I am happy today because I just got a raise.

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    #123237
    Avatar of BorossITII
    BorossITII
    Participant

    Quit lying. I can see right through your teeth. Weren’t you the one posting questions about basic math and english skills. What college actually let you into their program?

    [i]Originally posted by KomLostBong[/i]
    Wow!!! its very great position huh!!??? hey…Im now on Technical Pharmacy for 2 years course long. Its a lil hard for me doing homework. no matter of what i have to pass all subjects, otherwise I dont get a Diploma…

    How long that course did you take it????
    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by meartukdob[/i]
    I work in the medical field. I am in Radiology department. You should go for medical field you can always find a job.

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by KomLostBong[/i]
    I just lost contract 4 buildings at one time, cuz my workers STOLE some meats in the stores and the camra catched them…I just about hit the mountain by my head, Im so hurt and lost everything. Thats why I back to school and part-time work, only…

    Hey!!!Meatukdob,
    Congratulation!!! for you ‘re getting raise!!! Whay type of job do you work???
    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by meartukdob[/i]
    KomLostBong

    I thought u make alot of money already. I am happy today because I just got a raise.

    [/quote]
    [/quote]
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