Nothing related to AJA, just thought this looked fun. Some folks in White Lake, Michigan made a home made ice luge.
I reposted it here since it's hard to find on the fox2 site.
Ask anyone involved in the food industry and they will tell you that running a restaurant takes hard work. The trials of institutional food management are also enormous, yet both of these career paths offer great rewards to those who enjoy working in a fast-paced, sensory environment. To land your next great position as an Executive Chef, General Manager, or Assistant Manager, it's essential that your restaurant and food-service resume include the right elements: evidence of your past attainments, proof of your leadership ability, and a flair for creative dilemma solving.
Green Card through Work, Job, or Employment
If you want to get a U.S. green card based on your job in the United States, or if you are an employer that wants to sponsor someone for a green card, you must go through a multi-step process. This process generally involves complicated filings with the U.S. Department of Labor and U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services (USCIS).
Prior to committing your pen to paper (or fingers to the keys), start by determining your objective (do this prior to writing the resume). You should clearly state what sort of a job you want, and know what kinds of skills and experiences are needed to do well in that job. Even if you decide to change your job objective later, it is very important that you decide on a temporary objective for now. After your objective is determined, you can structure the content of your resume around that objective.
For a person employed on H-1B status in the US, a layoff means he/she has to find another employer to transfer the H-1B right away, or be ready to leave the US. The first option would seem an uphill task in the current economic scene and the second option is an unpleasant one.
Resume writing is probably the first and most effective skill that you will have to develop for your job search! Get an idea of writing good CV so that you can get interviews.
Let's start with the question what is a resume? A resume is nothing but a marketing tool on the basis of which a company will hire you for a job. You need to cross a number of roads before you join a company such as the interview, technical round HR round and so on. However remember all of these come later.
In view of a few leading IT companies coming under a cloud of uncertainty recently, we have been getting calls from anxious employees, who are on L1 status, exploring options for change of status to H-1B.