Recently graduated from college and am looking to move to Nashville. Right now I am having the hardest time finding jobs because I am not familiar with the area or companies in the city and can’t find hardly anything online! Does anyone have suggestions about job searching in Nashville? Is this a good place for a recent grad to move? Thanks for your help!!
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Last doctor I went to gave me some Rx medicine for a condition but he didn’t tell me the diagnosis and when i tried to reapply for health insurance the underwriters denied me insurance due to diagnosis from last visit – How can I request my medical records to see what I was diagnosed with?
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I recently graduated from law school, and now I’m searching for a non-legal career where my legal background would still be useful. I’ve been targeting positions in Energy, HR, Insurance, and Real Estate Developement without much success. Suggestions for alternative strategies? Thanks for the help!!!
I am not sure what to do about health insurance after I graduate from college (in a few months). I know that I am going to need some time to job hunt (my field is very competitive) and I would also like to do some volunteer work before I start my career. Problem is, if I am not a full-time student, my parents’ health insurance won’t cover me, and if I don’t or can’t find a job with benefits right away, I will be left uninsured. Any ideas where I can get affordable health insurance for short-term (no more than a year and a half) ??? Thanks!
I am graduating Summa Cum Laude from my University in a couple of weeks with a degree in English Literature and Criticism. I am currently on the job hunt, and I’ve noticed that there aren’t many entry level Human Resources positions.
I believe that my skill set and personality strengths both qualify me to be excellent in HR, but I am unsure about how to apply. Should I send a resume to HR with a cover letter expressing my interest in HR; or should I go for an entry level job elsewhere in the company, then try to break into HR when I have more experience? I’m looking specifically at working in the Insurance industry in the greater Hartford, CT area.
I just graduated with a B.S. in Business Administration with a major in Management and a minor in Marketing. I have 2 years of management-type experience. I have interviewed with at least 15 companies and none of them have worked out. I have posted my resume on Yahoo! HotJobs, Monster, and CareerBuilder. So far, the only respone I’ve gotten from those sites are constant calls from insurance companies. Anyone have any ideas?