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first impressions are everything!

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Everybody knows first impressions are everything, within the first 10 seconds your already judge on your walk, your look, how you dress, and your presence. It’s kind of silly to think that someone can judge you so fast but this happens every time you step into an interview. To judge what you are like and how you will you behave they asses, body language, how you speak, how you respond, and how you say things. If you are upbeat and happy they assume smart, funny and likeable. If your down in the dumps and frumpy they assume lazy, and unreliable. The interviewer will not remember what you said but they will remember how you made them felt. If you are happy everyone else is happy. You also have to keep in mind how do you think about others when you speak to them or when they speak to you, appreciation, connection, enlightenment, and elevation. Remember to stay positive and happy, it takes more muscles to frown then it does to smile! Always remember you get what you give.

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the "how to's" on saving!

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Troy and Heather work together as partners in financial planning. They gave very good tips on how to SAVE your money! They say to put 20-50 percent of your money away and divided the rest into bills and spending (fun stuff). The 20-50 percent is your real savings, it goes away to save for things like a new car, a house, retirement, or a vacation. There all things for yourself but they’re the bigger and better things. The part for bills obviously goes towards bills like hydro; water all the necessity bill things. Finally the spending goes towards fun stuff like the movies and carnivals but u also want to set a side part of the spending part for groceries. This is vital to maintain good budgets and not get into debt. If you are already in debt use part of your savings towards debts until they are paid off. Also to avoid debt while going to college or university invest in a student loan it is interest free, but you want to make sure to pay it off as you go through schooling so you do not forget about it and have huge amounts to pay off after. Using this critical saving information will help you become richer than you think, and live life with no debt and worry free!

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tests you have to take for policing

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1 in every 100 men or women that apply to policing actually gets hired. Once you get hired you go through all kinds of testing. When being tested you have to be biased and mature, be able to empathize with situations and never lie. You have to pass a physical test and get up to at least 6.5 on the beep test. You have to pass all of your reference checks, they will go to every job, or volunteer work you ever had or did and find out information on you. They do school checks and talk to all your teachers. Then you will be asked scenarios by chiefs and they take notes on how you responded and how well you would do in that situation. Then they send you to a psychologist to make sure you’re not crazy or have any mental health issues. Once you have passed all of that they will send you to a “boot camp”. Here you will spend 2 weeks at headquarters and 13 weeks at Police College. Then you write mid-terms/ and final exams. They test you on real life scenarios and investigation skills, and how you’re able to work with both sides of the story. It’s a lot of hard work but sure worth it!

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how to become a Registered Nurse!

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Lucy has been working as a nurse for about 5 years and says she absolutely loves it. As most people know nursing can be a very rewarding job but also very heart wrenching, fast pace, and very eerie. Nursing is a job with lots of opportunities for both females and males. There are many different parts for nursing that require a wide range of educational requirements.to become a register practical nurse you need a college diploma of 2 years, this job gets you into full time working in nursing homes and assisting registered nurses. Next is a registered nurse, for this you have to have a license and a university diploma of 4 years. If you want to be an RN but do not have the proper pre-rec you can go to college take the RPN course there and then from there branch into university for your RN degree. From there you can go into to be an advanced practicing RN. This form of nursing is masters prepared. Becoming a nurse can get you into various fields like hospitals, long term care, community health, or public health. if you are willing to work hard, like a fast pase job and helping people then this is definatly the job for you!

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