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RE: nursery interview apparel

The last person I hired is 8 years older than I am.... and they got the
job due to their age... I have had it with young kids who do not
understand that you can not party all night, show up to work with a
hangover, and expect me to understand.


> Kitty, this is the down side but with your knowledge and enthusiasm
> would
> be my pick.  Certainly age does have some advantages (stability,
> experience,
> etc). In a business where retirement benefits are not usually a
> age
> should not be relative if you can perform the labor end of the job
> requirement.
> At a mature age, mgmt position is certainly a  possibility.  Also,
> computer knowledge and capabilities is a plus.
>     Ceres

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