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#19 - iamtheballsack (07/05/2014) [-]
I kno this girl who was trying to get a job at a law firm, the boss lawyer guy said
that knowing english and spanish would be a big help and asked if she was bilingual

she said yes (she wasn't)

She told me that one day a mexican guy came in all pissed off and apparently wanted to get a divorce, when the lawyer guy asked her to translate everything the mexican guy was saying, she couldn't, he fired her on the spot

stupid bitch lol
User avatar #22 to #19 - Gandalfthewhite ONLINE (07/05/2014) [-]
well in fairness she got a job, even if did end it was still money
User avatar #24 to #22 - iamtheballsack (07/05/2014) [-]
yea but her next employer is probably gonna call her previous employer and ask questions about her, which won't end well
User avatar #30 to #24 - nudybooty (07/06/2014) [-]
she doesn't have to include the law firm job on her resume
#35 to #30 - Rascal (07/06/2014) [-]
Holes in your resume also generally raise red flags. Although its not uncommon for people to be unemployed or stretches of time in recent years. It is still frowned upon.
User avatar #72 to #35 - tsoper (07/06/2014) [-]
not uncommon?

so common?
#82 to #72 - rdobet (07/06/2014) [-]
There's a slight difference between saying "not uncommon" and common. Not uncommon implies that it isn't unheard of at all, but it can still be quite far from commonness.
User avatar #33 to #30 - iamtheballsack (07/06/2014) [-]
Law firms tend to find out who you worked for whether or not you put it on your resume
User avatar #34 to #33 - nudybooty (07/06/2014) [-]
sucks to be her
User avatar #25 to #24 - Gandalfthewhite ONLINE (07/05/2014) [-]
true dat. Oh well unlucky
User avatar #77 to #25 - lolzordz (07/06/2014) [-]
its not unlucky. Did she expect to never have to translate, even when the lawyer said its important? not unlucky
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