Carlos is the better Uncle you never had.
How can you nicely phrase “I’m under-qualified for this” to your employer without them deciding to defenestrate you?
If you know you are not capable of completing a job for your employer I would let them know. Try using the phrases like “I would love to work on this, but don’t think I have the ability to finish” or delegate and say something like “I’d love to, but I’m so swamped. Jezebel, the intern, can probably help you out a little bit more!” Also, if your employer is trying to throw you out a window please contact human resources ASAP!
Help, I’m allergic to bananas and melon, don’t want to eat any more starches than I already do, and I’m congested so I shouldn’t eat any dairy. What should I eat at the byte?
Try the Kale Salad! They’re a personal favorite and I get them all the time. Other than that, the other salads are pretty delicious too. Exploring other eatery options may help with finding more variety, so try that as well.
Can I use Emojis in my resume?
Unless you need it to be the next Emoji Fan Club President, I don’t recommend it, but if you do let me know how it goes?
I accidentally submitted my resume with skills spelled “skillZ” !!! Help! Should I play it off like I’m just very hip or admit my typo?
I’m guessing you’re the same person as above. Admit your typo, but also admit that you might need some help with your resume overall. Career Services offers a lot of resume writing resources that can be very useful. They might get rid of your emojis however.
XOXO Uncle Carlos
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