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1Alice · 8/18/12 5:09am · 1 year 8 months ago · Edit · Delete
I am a Registered Dental hygienist who just garudated in the spring. I have had serious health problems in the past that severely affected the state and apprearance of my teeth. Although I am healthy now, I still have an unattractive smile, one that looks unhealthy. I am in need of a full mouth rehabilitation but cannot afford it. I have always wanted to be a hygienist but I felt too embarrassed of my smile and lacked the confidence to pursue my dream. One day I decided to quit my job and let go of my teeth insecurites in order to pursue my ambition to become a hygienist. I obtained my lisence to practice in July. Unfortunetly is has been 6 months that I have been looking for a job and I still have not secured any type of employment. I am getting interviews and even though I am a very skilled, qualified and talented individual, I am not getting any job offers. I suspect my less than perfect smile has something to do with this. All my other collegues have all secured employement by now. In one instance both my friend and I applied for the same job. She got hired although she is only fluent in French and can barely manage to speak English. I , on the other hand can speak 4 lanquages fluently.. I did not understand this hiring decision.Working in the dental industry definitly increases the pressure to have an attractive smile. An attractive smile means a healthy indivudual and a healthy individual is a perfect role model for clients to follow. A dental office also has a certain image to maintain. Just as a Hair Salon would not hire a hairdresser with damaged unhealthy looking hair, or a Clothing boutique would not hire a clerk who is not clean and neet of appearance, A dental office would not hire an individual with an unhealthy and unattractive smile, regardless of the circumstances. And that is unfortunate for me!
2Alfredo · 9/9/12 8:26am · 1 year 7 months ago · Edit · Delete
I am a Registered Dental hygienist who just gruadated in the spring. I have had serious health problems in the past that severely affected the state and apprearance of my teeth. Although I am healthy now, I still have an unattractive smile, one that looks unhealthy. I am in need of a full mouth rehabilitation but cannot afford it. I have always wanted to be a hygienist but I felt too embarrassed of my smile and lacked the confidence to pursue my dream. One day I decided to quit my job and let go of my teeth insecurites in order to pursue my ambition to become a hygienist. I obtained my lisence to practice in July. Unfortunetly is has been 6 months that I have been looking for a job and I still have not secured any type of employment. I am getting interviews and even though I am a very skilled, qualified and talented individual, I am not getting any job offers. I suspect my less than perfect smile has something to do with this. All my other collegues have all secured employement by now. In one instance both my friend and I applied for the same job. She got hired although she is only fluent in French and can barely manage to speak English. I , on the other hand can speak 4 lanquages fluently.. I did not understand this hiring decision.Working in the dental industry definitly increases the pressure to have an attractive smile. An attractive smile means a healthy indivudual and a healthy individual is a perfect role model for clients to follow. A dental office also has a certain image to maintain. Just as a Hair Salon would not hire a hairdresser with damaged unhealthy looking hair, or a Clothing boutique would not hire a clerk who is not clean and neet of appearance, A dental office would not hire an individual with an unhealthy and unattractive smile, regardless of the circumstances. And that is unfortunate for me!
3Ashley · 9/10/12 4:19am · 1 year 7 months ago · Edit · Delete
My AVG free edition cnoant heal three viruses.? I scanned my laptop with AVG free edition and it found three viruses which it moved to the Virus Vault. It cnoant heal them. Their Names are: Trojan Horse SHeur.AACD Trojan Horse Small.2.BC Trojan Horse Small.2.BC Please tell me if they are bad and if so, how do I clean them for good and make sure these never infect my computer again. Help is appreciated. By the way, I use Windows Vista Thank You
4Yuusuke · 11/10/12 5:33pm · 1 year 5 months ago · Edit · Delete
I am a Registered Dental hygienist who just graaudted in the spring. I have had serious health problems in the past that severely affected the state and apprearance of my teeth. Although I am healthy now, I still have an unattractive smile, one that looks unhealthy. I am in need of a full mouth rehabilitation but cannot afford it. I have always wanted to be a hygienist but I felt too embarrassed of my smile and lacked the confidence to pursue my dream. One day I decided to quit my job and let go of my teeth insecurites in order to pursue my ambition to become a hygienist. I obtained my lisence to practice in July. Unfortunetly is has been 6 months that I have been looking for a job and I still have not secured any type of employment. I am getting interviews and even though I am a very skilled, qualified and talented individual, I am not getting any job offers. I suspect my less than perfect smile has something to do with this. All my other collegues have all secured employement by now. In one instance both my friend and I applied for the same job. She got hired although she is only fluent in French and can barely manage to speak English. I , on the other hand can speak 4 lanquages fluently.. I did not understand this hiring decision.Working in the dental industry definitly increases the pressure to have an attractive smile. An attractive smile means a healthy indivudual and a healthy individual is a perfect role model for clients to follow. A dental office also has a certain image to maintain. Just as a Hair Salon would not hire a hairdresser with damaged unhealthy looking hair, or a Clothing boutique would not hire a clerk who is not clean and neet of appearance, A dental office would not hire an individual with an unhealthy and unattractive smile, regardless of the circumstances. And that is unfortunate for me!
5Wes · 12/3/12 4:27am · 1 year 4 months ago · Edit · Delete
I am a Registered Dental hygienist who just gudtraaed in the spring. I have had serious health problems in the past that severely affected the state and apprearance of my teeth. Although I am healthy now, I still have an unattractive smile, one that looks unhealthy. I am in need of a full mouth rehabilitation but cannot afford it. I have always wanted to be a hygienist but I felt too embarrassed of my smile and lacked the confidence to pursue my dream. One day I decided to quit my job and let go of my teeth insecurites in order to pursue my ambition to become a hygienist. I obtained my lisence to practice in July. Unfortunetly is has been 6 months that I have been looking for a job and I still have not secured any type of employment. I am getting interviews and even though I am a very skilled, qualified and talented individual, I am not getting any job offers. I suspect my less than perfect smile has something to do with this. All my other collegues have all secured employement by now. In one instance both my friend and I applied for the same job. She got hired although she is only fluent in French and can barely manage to speak English. I , on the other hand can speak 4 lanquages fluently.. I did not understand this hiring decision.Working in the dental industry definitly increases the pressure to have an attractive smile. An attractive smile means a healthy indivudual and a healthy individual is a perfect role model for clients to follow. A dental office also has a certain image to maintain. Just as a Hair Salon would not hire a hairdresser with damaged unhealthy looking hair, or a Clothing boutique would not hire a clerk who is not clean and neet of appearance, A dental office would not hire an individual with an unhealthy and unattractive smile, regardless of the circumstances. And that is unfortunate for me!
6Emely · 12/7/12 7:32am · 1 year 4 months ago · Edit · Delete
I think you should call lucky tbh, a lot of ppeloe (including me) haven't done so well. You always have your A2 s to help you out so it shouldn't be difficult to bring your results up if you say got a B in your C subject at A2 or a B/C in your D subject at A2.
7Karen · 12/7/12 12:18pm · 1 year 4 months ago · Edit · Delete
Smart thinking - a clveer way of looking at it.
8Ochen · 2/26/13 5:49pm · 1 year 1 months ago · Edit · Delete
Soy Jade de Australia y estoy interesado en ectoanrnr un programa voluntariado en Guatemala. En este momento estoy viajando a trave9s de Belice y Guatemala podreda comenzar en el prf3ximo par de semanas o en el prf3ximo mes.Me gustareda mejorar el nivel be1sico a intermedio de espaf1ol por tomar clases, viviendo con una familia y el voluntariado. En mi pais trabajaba en turismo y tengo experiencia con sustainabilidad del turisimo en universidad. bfPuede decirme si el voluntariado incluye el alojamiento y la comida? Tambie9n por favor me puede decir todos los detalles del costo y la aplicacif3n?GraciasJade Springer
9Guada · 2/26/13 5:49pm · 1 year 1 months ago · Edit · Delete
Soy Jade de Australia y estoy interesado en eaontnrcr un programa voluntariado en Guatemala. En este momento estoy viajando a trave9s de Belice y Guatemala podreda comenzar en el prf3ximo par de semanas o en el prf3ximo mes.Me gustareda mejorar el nivel be1sico a intermedio de espaf1ol por tomar clases, viviendo con una familia y el voluntariado. En mi pais trabajaba en turismo y tengo experiencia con sustainabilidad del turisimo en universidad. bfPuede decirme si el voluntariado incluye el alojamiento y la comida? Tambie9n por favor me puede decir todos los detalles del costo y la aplicacif3n?GraciasJade Springer

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