The essential questions about job history are contained in this rubber stamp.
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This blog will discuss, among other things, the progress of an effort to translate resume software from English into Somali for the refugee and immigrant community in Waite Park, MN.
I will edit these entries often, in an attempt to make myself look better. Soon, I hope, there will be less of my own person pronouns, replaced by other writers’ edits and suggestions.
(If you are looking for computer help, please click on “How Computers Work 101”. It is above, just to the right of the word “HOME”.)
Now that we have sold our house in Duluth, there are 100s of moving boxes to open and put their contents away. This posting is a report on the first box to be processed.
When I left Milwaukee (28 years ago) I had a strong feeling that many of the documents I worked with would be valuable again someday. The file folder tabs from the first box of saved documents are shown above.
In the “brass” folder were a few documents from custom displays that were built out of brass. There were only a few jobs made of brass in the ten years I was working there so that folder was easy to throw away.
Mailing lists were a big part of my business. I remember when my girls basketball team got together to stuff envelopes. We were able to purchase basketballs, knee pads, a no-dribble ball and other equipment. Another mailing was done at home and my mother and daughters teamed up to stuff enough envelopes to buy a piano. It cost almost $ 2000. Last week we paid a guy $110 to take away that same piano.
I will post entries for other boxes that I empty out.
BTW, this whole exercise is mostly for me; to practice typing so that eventually I can qualify as a writer. In the mean time, these entries allow me to memorialize evidence of my genius workflow before I send it to the landfill.
Today we cancelled all internet services from our house. To go in the cloud (e-mail, Facebook, cloud) we have to walk to the Library or Community Center.