[nfbwatlk] Job hunting question

Corey Grandstaff corey.grandstaff at gmail.com
Wed Nov 26 17:55:47 UTC 2014

Sometimes, these things you may not qualify for could actually work out.
Many of the skills you mentioned are learnable skills. Although they may be
difficult to learn, they are skills a job coach or someone such as this
could work with you. When I was job hunting, I got to the point where I
would apply for anything I thought I could do because if nothing else, I may
get an interview and make another professional contact building my network. 
-----Original Message-----
From: nfbwatlk [mailto:nfbwatlk-bounces at nfbnet.org] On Behalf Of Debby
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Sent: Wednesday, November 26, 2014 9:51 AM
To: nfbwatlk at nfbnet.org
Subject: [nfbwatlk] Job hunting question

Hi all, okay, my husband and I are having a slight difference of opinion
about something, and I thought I'd ask you all.  There are some jobs out
there that I absolutely know I don't qualify for, because there are things
that I have not done before, or know that I would have a difficult, if not
impossible time doing.  
He says that I should apply anyway.  I say why would I do that knowing that
I don't meet the qualifications they are asking for.  
For instance, one job I just looked at today has lots of things that I can
do: answer phone, direct calls, word processing, record meeting minutes and
send them out to appropriate people, order office supplies.  But here are
the things I'm not so sure
about: scan documents, maintain electronic AND hardcopy files, (the hard
copy ones are the ones I question) distribute mail, create calendars, and
the biggy, put text into graphics; I'm assuming that they have the graphic
and they want text imbedded in the graphic.  They also want someone who can
operate a fax and a copier, (which I have not done but assume that if I had
a way of knowing whether the page was upside down or right-side up, I 
could do).  Apply or not to apply, that is the question.  Lol.    
Peace,    Debby

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