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How can a person with low level communication skills and/or technical skills improve on them?

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by georgeminton In reply to Interviews

My answer deals with technical skills as this has been a problem for me in the past. I worked in a family clothing business in an unrelated field to what I do now. I am a Network Administrator with the State of Tennessee. I would first reccommend getting a degree in the field of interest. Companies seem to have a fantasy that applicants with lots of certifications are better qualified applicants than those with experience. I disagree but still reccommend that you attain a few to show that you can do some of what they are looking for. Also, if you are still in school, intern for a company and do the best job you can while you are there. This improves the odds that you may get a permanent job with them. If you are in my position,(an older candidate) take a cut in pay to get experience. If you can relocate or travel let the employer know. This will be a plus for you if that employer needs a mobile employe. These are just some of things you can do.

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by georgeminton In reply to Interviews

If you are using Windows NT, I have seen in a corporate environment where multiple profiles for a user may exist. Roaming and Local profiles can complicate the search. Generally the easiest way to find a file is to right click on the Start button onthe taskbar. Left click on find. In the field called named: put *.doc and left click on find now. In the top right corner of the window left click on the square to see the full results of the answer. It is easier this way. Search the result list andcheck each document until you find it. That, I have found is the easiest way to locate a lost file.

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by steve_price In reply to Interviews

1 Buy at least 2 computers, connect then on a network. Don't waste your money on high performance stuff, you just want it to learn on. I have 5 computers and the best is only an AMD233
2 Buy the books, read them, Try it, Reinstall the computer and do it all again unti you get the hang of it.
3 decide what you want to specialise in, goto 2.

Paper qualification will help get you in the door but I would rather interview someone with lots of experience than anyone with MSCE. (sounds cruel but it works for me)

The hard part is getting your first job, once you have a few years under you, things get easier. If you are any good, you will never have a problem finding work

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