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January 13, 2011 5:27 pm at 5:27 pm in reply to: Most Courteous Place To Shop At:Praise And You'll See More Of It #728817
Shoes at Park on 18th Ave and 57th has the most PATIENT employees ever. They’ll pull as many shoes as your daughter asks and not make faces when she finally agrees that the first ones were best.
Gavra_at_work you took the words right out of my keyboard! I decided to be honest on my interview since technically, how can I support a learning boy without getting a college degree (please don’t send 100 posts explaining how) but apparently honesty isn’t always the best policy. B”H I married a great learning guy without going to BC. If its bashert, its bashert. Good luck!
Of the several resumes that I have received, not one said what the girl was looking for! I don’t really think knowing what town the girl’s grandfather came from (I am NOT making this up) matters more than that. I could see having the following, but I’m sure there are those that will want to add/subtract:
Current job/yeshiva info (including rav they’re close to for boys)
Area where they live/Shul (there may be 5 Chevy Friedmans in Flatbush so to know they’re in the 20’s is helpful)
Family info (limited to parents and if necessary, immediate siblings)
What she/he is looking for
Any other unique things (wants to live in EY, do kiruv, etc.)September 14, 2010 5:26 pm at 5:26 pm in reply to: #695777
I think you mean permanent parnasa, or most stable. Unfortunately I know people with law degrees who’ve been out of work for a couple of years, accountants also. It seems that the medical profession might be more stable (or health care related jobs) however with each change in government, those become less reliable as well. It goes without saying that nothing is stable with mazel. Only davening can help! Good luck!
Thanks for the insight Oomis.
Oomis1105, can you please provide some examples of what would be tactful, versus not? I have several friends and relatives who are around 30 with siblings younger then them who are engaged or married and I just don’t know the proper things to say/do.