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2023.03.26 00:36 psychoticbaklava Help: planning to get the 6a, but need to know about the dongle situation
After days of going through reviews and whatnot, I've decided to get the 6a. No phone fits everything I'd like to have (software support, size, headphone jack, sd card, reasonable price) but the 6a for around 350 is close enough. However, using wired headphones is a big deal for me, and while I don't mind dongles (using one now on my mi8 lite, but xiaomi dongles don't have a dac) I realize that pixels can be tricky in that regard. Outside the original google dongle, are there any other options that proved reliable? I'm in the EU and my country doesn't have a google store, so availability of accessories can be an issue.
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2023.03.26 00:35 shy_147 2023 AAC Experience
I have recently undertaken (and passed) assessment, so thought it may be beneficial to some for an updated summary of the proceedings. It is fairly lengthy, but includes up to date details of the process, which I hope you all find useful.
You will be sent an email with links to the various cognitive/maths/English tests around midnight on the day of arrival. They will be available on the portal. Do not click into them, they are one time use. If you click them you may have to reschedule the whole assessment. Do NOT click them!
Do yourself a favour and pack well in advance, not the night before. Double check all documentation you are required to take. You will need two forms of id such as valid driving license, birth certificate or passport, as well as utility bill. Tickets for the train need to be collected from a ticket machine, do not leave it to the morning of travel! In the morning check trainline.com to confirm your train isn't cancelled or delayed.
I got to Lichfield City station and was one of the first in my intake to arrive. After a while loads of lads started filling out the station, no one really spoke as everyone appeared very nervous. It is fairly obvious who is there for assessment.
A member of staff in black came over and guided us to the car park over the road to the coach. We lined up against the wall for a document check. You are given your number here. Remember it, write it on your hand, type it on your phone. The staff do ask a final time if anyone needs reminding once you arrive, but don't be one of those candidates who needs reminding.
When we arrived, we dumped our bags under a covered seating area and lined up in three ranks. We then filed into the main centre and made our way into the lecture theatre. Blue coloured bibs are on the chairs, sit in the seat with your allocated number. We were told to put the bib on and sit in the chair. You get a numbered water bottle and a pen. These two things do not leave your side from now on. Do not lose either of them. We filled out a load of forms, certificates check and place them and your ID in an envelope, we were told to keep these safe until the morning when they would be checked and processed by the admin team. We were then led through to the classroom in groups to check army portal log on works and links for the tests have been sent. After this we watched a brief video outlining the next few days activities.
We then lined up outside, always three ranks from now on. We were sent for dinner at the cook house. Seated and then when ready sent one table at a time to the hot plates. The chef now takes your plate and puts the food on it for you, no self-service. Make sure you finish eating your meal before the staff are done. When told to line up outside make sure you tuck in the chairs and remember water bottles.
Back for ice breaker (name/where you're from, job choice and interesting fact or fear). Its short and sweet, some lads did theirs in literally 15 seconds. Pad it out a bit longer as that is a bit too quick, don’t act like you are rushing through it. Keep eye contact with the entire room, speak nice and loud and clearly. Add a bit of humour. We Then got a break down of Day 1 in more detail, then shown accommodation and given timings for lights out, breakfast, etc. Given access to the rec room. Given time to research roles and to speak to family, relax, TV, etc or access computer room to study for ACT if you haven't already. You are allowed to keep your phone on you for most of your time here, just don’t start using it when you shouldn’t be.
In the accommodation block we were told to put bibs on the end of the beds so if there is an emergency in the night we are easy to identify. Typical military bunks and a locker each. I've stayed in a few barracks in the past and Lichfield is actually pretty decent and modern, don’t get used to it. The pillows are awful, so good tip is to bring your own travel pillow. The bedding is laid out by the previous intake, so you have to make it. Our room agreed alarms at 0530. Many of you will know, barracks are usually either boiling hot or freezing cold. The first night we were all roasting even with the window open.
Alarms off at 0530. Get up and straight into shower and shave. It pays to be first here as hot water dropped off for the lads who went a bit later, and if you leave it too late you are queuing for the showers. Start drinking water now as urine sample is required sometime during the morning, but also your run is hopefully tomorrow, so stay hydrated today. Water is always available in reception for top ups or from sinks in the ablutions. Tidy up the room and make your beds as you have a brief room inspection before breakfast. Make sure lockers are shut, bags under beds and bedding is made. Put phone chargers away. Water bottle and pen, then three ranks outside and to breakfast. The bleep test is not until after your medical on day 3 so eat as much as possible today. Lunch is provided during your various assessments, but not in the cookhouse. Highly suggest no caffeine as it can affect ECG later on, although plenty of lads drank it and were fine. Personally, I went without as didn’t want to chance it.
Back to the lecture theatre. We had another brief power point presentation with a run through of the Army Cognitive Tests, which included examples. There were tips/advice given by the staff which was helpful. You are allowed pen and paper during the ACT’s so you can write things down to help if needed. You will be going between the classroom for tests and the med block for medical tests depending how busy it is. The admin team arrived and checked our documents, we signed the envelope and it was then sealed. After this we had a briefing by medical staff and briefly check med forms are correct. Required to wear mask at all times during the medical process. They hand these out so don’t worry about bringing your own. They take you through in small groups. I was led to a waiting room with about 5 other lads and told to take everything off apart from t-shirt, shorts, shoes, socks, jewelry is allowed if it is religious. If you end up in a waiting room, try to sit at the front as they call the front in first, otherwise be prepared for a long wait.
You are initially filtered through the below tests, the results of which are put into your medical folder. You can fail at this stage but will not be told until they have been reviewed by the doctor prior to having your physical examination, you will be told of a failure/deferral during this examination. The nurses measure height and weight, calculate your BMI, check your eye sight (if you have a recent optometrist report they seem to skip this step if the results of the report are within the limits), colour blind test (book with coloured dotted circles with numbers and you have to read out the numbers that you can see), ECG and potentially an echocardiogram and a hearing test. There is lots of waiting and queuing but to be fair I was never in the same spot for long. You may be sent off for tests in-between to speed up process. I was sent to the classroom for tests twice in a row because the doctor’s waiting room was too busy.
A few notes on the hearing test. It is a very hot booth; you will sweat in it. The test starts as soon as the door shuts and the beeps are a lot quieter than you imagine they will be. You still have to wear your mask at this point so you will hear yourself breathing, try to breath slowly and quietly.
During this process I undertook the ACT (useful link to practice these at the end of this post) and because I went for a trade, the TST. For this you are given 45 minutes. You are allowed to use (and given) a calculator. It covers GCSE level mathematics, so think ratios, percentages, decimals, averages, fractions, volume, speed, distance and time and a bit of algebra. Good resources for this if you haven’t recently taken your GCSE’s and need some revision, are BBC Bitesize and Corbett Maths. Don’t panic too much about this, you should be able to get the minimum required for your role if you revise two or three weeks before hand. I would recommend taking it even if the role you are initially going for (e.g. infantry) doesn’t require it. You have nothing to lose taking it, if you score enough (easily achievable) it can unlock other job roles you may not have thought about.
A note about the classroom – when you enter, keep your voice to a whisper as people will be in and out all morning undertaking tests. This also goes for waiting rooms in the med block, keep your voices down and don’t let your excitement/nerves get the better of you and you all start running your mouth. It will not go down well.
When you are finally seated in the doctor’s waiting room, you are asked to complete short medical form. It asks about close family history, if you have suffered any particular diseases or issues in the past. Do not lie on this form, be honest, but it goes without saying, there is no need to state anything if it is not on your medical records.
The doctor will check your blood pressure, your joints and tendons, lungs/breathing, eyes, teeth, movements, hip mobility. Discussion around anything declared by you on the form in reception and on your RGMD form your own doctor completed. You will be asked to strip down to your underwear and perform a few variations of walking on a line, e.g. on your tip toes, on the sides of your feet, etc. You will squat and duck walk, they will check neck rotation, shoulder rotation, flexibility to some extent and finally do 5 press ups and to hold the last rep. At this stage you either pass with a green bib and can continue, an orange bib means you are deferred, no run for you on Day 2 but you are fit to do the mid-thigh pull, med ball throw and the team tasks. A red bib is a fail. That means no exercise at all but I believe you can continue with the team tasks and interview. If you receive no bib at all, you are sent home there and then as this is a deferral for 12 months or a bar from service.
At some point after your deemed fit for service you will perform the mid-thigh pull and med ball throw. Mid-thigh pull is essentially a rack pull with a fixed bar. You will be given two or three chances to complete, and pull for 5 seconds with everything you have got. The best way to prepare for this in the gym is either deadlifts or if you are worried about form and injuring your back, rack pulls, which closely resembles this test. The med ball throw can be a bit strange at first but you shouldn’t need to practice it more than a few times. Prepare for this by doing bench press, dips and push ups.
You grab lunch from reception and eat in the rec room. We were then shown a DVD in reception showing 14 weeks of basic training and a chat from Catterick PTI regarding infantry. Reserves pulled aside for another chat on top outlining the reserves process which is slightly different. After this we got our boiler suits, gloves and helmets issued for team tasks on Day 3, and were told to leave them in the rec room. At this point the next intake of candidates had arrived. We were told under no circumstances should we approach them. At dinner we were given the opportunity to use the onsite shop. I used this as an opportunity to buy food for the travel back the next day on the train. I highly recommend trying to get as much sleep as possible for tomorrow.
0530 wake up call again. Start drinking now. Shower, shave, sports kit. Use any spare minutes now to pack your stuff away as best you can, as you will not have a great deal of time to do it later. Ideally, you want everything besides your clothes for interview packed away in your bags before you head down to eat. We also had to strip the dirty linen off our beds and lay out the new sheets as per pictures dotted around the block. Our intake was about 28 so no one slept on the top bunks, so we just copied the layout from those. Breakfast at 0620. Eat light as you will be doing the bleep test soon after 0800. We then waited in the rec room for the PTI to arrive and brief us on the test. He also went through a series of slides regarding healthy eating habits, fitness, what to expect at basic, etc. We were told to fill your bottles up and we were then led outside for test. Fill your bottle to the brim as it will be checked. You are split into groups of 7-8. You then meet another PTI to perform a warm up. The warm up was actually taxing and easily felt like the first 3 or 4 levels of bleep test, so be aware, it did catch a lot of us off guard. Start practicing the test at home with a 10 minute warm up prior, either a 1km run or a few levels of the test first.
We were told three strikes in a row do not count towards score if consecutive, so if you get one, catch up to get the next beep, get a second warning, catch up to make the next one, third strike you are out. Do NOT stop at your chosen role, you need to be a few levels above (if going for Para’s at 11.6 they stop it here anyway). You need to put maximum effort in and come off the test feeling like you are going to puke. Your interviewer will be watching at the side lines as well, so it really needs to be full on effort.
When you receive your third and final warning or they stop the test, you are led to a cool down, then into the rec room and your boiler suits. You are kept in the same teams as your run to complete the team tasks. You need to be vocal, even when you are not doing anything and waiting for your turn for example, you need to be encouraging your team members. Spend a few minutes, discussing as a team, everyone’s ideas and agree on the best one. It is key here that you all ensure everyone knows what they are doing and when. You need to work at pace, with a sense of urgency. We were explained you would be doing tasks such as this under enemy fire, so you need to be loud, you need to be shouting encouragement and you need to be moving at speed.
Once complete you will take off all your gear and place it back in the room. We were then given about 20 minutes to head back to the block, shower and get dressed for our interview, this was fairly chaotic as everyone seemed to finish the team tasks at a similar time, so people were queuing for the shower at this point. This is where packing when you got up or the night before will help you with time management.
We got to have a cooked lunch in the cookhouse this time, rather than a baguette. We were then led back to the lecture theatre for a final time. Here we had to sit in chairs at the back of the room, that did not have bibs placed on them, as a new intake would be arriving that evening. You wait for your interviewer to call your number.
You will be led through the back of the theatre into an office where you will sit down and discuss the following:
How you think you did, the army’s values and standards (know your CDRILS – not just what it stands for, but examples of how you apply them in your civilian life and how you utilise them in the army itself), job choice and info around that role. You don’t need to go overboard, but I would recommend knowing a good amount about the regiment or corps you want to join, the role itself, what is involved, where the regiment/corps are currently serving, etc. You need to know about phase 1 and phase 2 training, and give detailed answers about what is involved. Your interviewer will then go through the results of the cognitive and technical tests, your beep test score/run time, mid-thigh/med ball results and team tasks. They will then grade your score and issue your certificate. When there is enough of you done, they will minibus you back to station.
I managed to pass with an A grade. I kept my mouth shut and listened. If I didn’t understand something, I asked for them to clarify, it is better to ask again than to try wing it and get it wrong, I tried to be almost over the top confident, but not cocky or loud (but be loud in the team tasks!), I socialised just enough with the rest of the lads, but stayed away from the over the top throbbers thinking it is a weekend away at Butlins, keep your room tidy and your things kept away. Keep your phone out of sight unless you are on down time or the rec room. Sit up straight and don't slouch. Eat and shower fast and finally, keep your water bottle and pen on you always.
I hope the above helps ease some nerves of new candidates and gives an insight into the current process at assessment.
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2023.03.26 00:35 Antique-Pen8520 What are some certifications that student nurses can get before graduation?
Hi everyone! I currently work as a nursing assistant and have about a year of school left. My hospital wants us to come up with a goal to accomplish before the end of the year. I was wondering if there were any certifications that I could get that would make me stand out a bit more when applying for jobs. Or even in my current position. Thanks
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2023.03.26 00:34 AggravatingReward198 I missed a breathalyzer test
So I’m on house arrest I have to do a breathalyzer 4x a day and I was watching a movie and lost track of time this is my first time I actually missed one, but I’m kinda stressing because I get off this thing in a week and now I don’t want to have to go back to jail and possibly loose my job when I’m so close to being done will I be okay?
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2023.03.26 00:34 cl3triceps_plow [Chaos][Light][Static][sMC][ENG][LFM][LFG] 3 Players looking to join or form a Static for future content
Three players (2xTank, 1xHealer) looking for a group/members for future savage content or older Ultimates, some of us can flex other jobs.
We are three FFXIV-Players looking to form or join a static for future content or current Ultimates, all of us cleared the last two Raid Tiers. Our current group consists of a Gunbreaker, a Dark Knight (can flex to melee and caster), and an Astrologian (can flex to SCH/SGE/SMN/SAM).
We're a chill group of friends looking to raid 2-3 days every other week (one of us works shift) that wants to clear Savage content in a reasonable amount of time and potentially tackle Ultimate after we're done with Savage/before next Savage Tier.
Our raid times are on weekends, and maybe one weekday every second week, so if that works for you, we'd love to have you join us!
We value communication, dedication, a positive attitude and hope to create a fun environment for everyone.
Right now, we're looking for players or groups to fill the following roles:
any Healer (1x)
any Caster (1x)
any Phys ranged (1x)
and any melee DPS (2x)
We are looking for players who are motivated to clear in a reasonable time, are friendly and want to have a good time together.
If you are interested in playing with us, feel free to contact me on Reddit or Discord (Cle#8519).
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2023.03.26 00:34 WeReWaTcHiNgYoUU I feel completely lost in life
I’ll try to make this as short as possible.
I’m a (M/27) living in Los Angeles.
There’s 3 areas of my life that are messing with my mental health, heavily.
1) Salary 2) Living Alone 3) Romantic Relationships
1) Salary I make 41.6k a year. I am extremely displeased with my salary, even though I might be getting a pay raise this week. I have a finance degree and need to push myself to get an entry level position in the field, because even that job can probably start me off at 55/60k. I need to push myself to find a better job, because its tough when most of your friends and family are making a great living.
2)Living Alone Before everyone piles on me, I’m aware my rent to income ratio is BAD. My rent is $1,950. I basically break even every month. The only reason I’m okay for now is because I have a decent amount in my savings. The reason I moved out is because I lived in a family household of 7 people(including me) from April 2021-Dec 2022 and there were constant fights and problems. I would sometimes come home late at night just to go straight to bed and avoid everyone else. I needed to leave. I’ve been living on my own for 4 months and it is true what people say….living by yourself for the first time really does come with depression. This is a tough one because I REALLY don’t want to live with family again but it’s so deflating being alone. Which leads me into the 3rd topic….
3) Romantic Relationships Back in July, I dated a girl for about a month/month and a half and it started out great. We were inseparable. Over time, it became evident that we weren’t right for each other and I ended it romantically…. but I wanted to stay friends and she agreed because she was still attached to me and thought maybe I would change my mind. Well…as of last month, I started developing feelings for her again. I’m not sure if it’s because I miss the good times we had or if I’m jealous over the new guys she has in her life but long story short, she told me it’s too late and blocked me on pretty much everything. It’s so hard to let her go but I understand that it’s not my choice. She was another reason I got the apartment because I thought maybe it would fix things between us and by that point, it was too late. So now it sort of feels like I got the apartment for no reason. Ya, it’s nice to go home and not have to deal with drama….but the difference in mental health between both living situations isn’t that evident as of right now.
I say this to say……loneliness is what I’m really struggling with. I’ve been looking to settle down for a while now and I think that might fix some of my issues, outside of the financial for now. I go to the gym with my cousin 4-5 times a week and I’m so happy. I’m around happy people, doing what they love. Sure, I may not always talk yo girls at the gym but at least the option is there. It’s when I come home at the end of the night and realize I don’t make a great living, I’m losing money at this point and I’m starving for a romantic relationship, that kills me.
Sorry for the long post but….anyone have any words of advice?
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2023.03.26 00:33 half_derpy Worth it to "upgrade" to DT 900 Pro X from 58x Jubilee?
Long time Sennheiser fan here. Started way back with my closed back 280 Pro's that I used for everything from travelling DJ gigs, to enjoying music at home, music production, movies, gaming, etc. Eventually upgraded to 58x Jubilees and these have been really nice. I enjoy the soundstage and I feel like I am the first to make callouts that are accurate when doing comp gaming.
An issue I have with them is that they are so open that the bass just doesn't really exist without a heavy EQ, which, IMO, destroys the neutrality that I have come to enjoy from Senn's. Aside from that, they are a bit "too airy" for my tastes.
I was looking into some alternative that would be great for everyday, all day use from comp gaming, to listening to tunes, to watching movies or youtube, to just hanging out in discord with homies. The 58x's mostly do a great job of that now, but again kinda lacking in the music department.
I listen to a WIDE variety of music. I can go from 90's alt rock, to metalcore, to phonk, to midtempo bass, to rap/trap, to trip-hop, to classic rock, or jazz. You get the picture.
While the 58x's excel in a LOT of ways, especially for the price, I do feel that a lot of music is kind of lost on them. I also have a pair of 450BT's that I use when going out to the store so I can just jam out and the audio quality is obviously lesser especially because of BT, but I do notice that music is just more...fun on them.
Anyways, I was considering the 900 Pro X's. I've heard that they have more or less gotten rid of the "beyer sibilance" that a lot of other models have, which I do really hate. Too much highs is exhausting and also just wrecks my ears and I already have tinnitus and don't need more.
I also do a lot of PVP gaming with games like Siege for the most part, but also Destiny (barely comp but trials counts? lol) and some others. I also just enjoy open world games. Games that could really benefit from both solid imaging AND a wide soundstage so that I can pick out "Oh there's a Gridlock coming down the hallway to my left, she's about 10 feet down there" etc which I can more or less do now, but again without a bit of that flair-y fun factor.
So, all that said. Anyone think it'd even be worth it to drop another 250 for the 900 Pro X's and make them the daily driver for music, movies, gaming, etc?
Or do you think there's another pair that fits that bill that I'm looking for better? Money isn't a huge issue, but I'm also not interested in going buck wild, either. Gotta keep it reasonable
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2023.03.26 00:33 BrocoliAssassin ControlNet help for SD 2.1
So I have ControlNet working great for SD 1.5 but I'd really like to use it with my SD2 setup as well.
I managed to download the files for SD2 and edit the file in the settings menu. They are all in the correct places. The ControlNet plugin works, when I check the preview it finds all the lines,etc.
But no matter what settings I use it has zero effect on the image. Has anyone else had this problem and fixed it?
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2023.03.26 00:33 sixthdaysaturday Starting young
19 year old CCA here. I started last August and am committed to the job. I really like it even if it's hard sometimes. Just wanted to hear some experiences of older carriers that also started young and where you were able to end up. I'll be turning 20 in a couple months so I'm thinking about my future :) TIA
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2023.03.26 00:33 ThrowRA90138575 I (27F) am not sure if this is gaslighting with my bf (27M)?
For context from age 23-25 I'm almost certain I was involved with a man who was a narcissist. I didn't realize it at the time, but he pursued me very quickly, asked me out within a week and told me he loved me within two weeks. He put me on this pedestal and started making subtle digs at me and acting like I was forgetting things he told me. I kept thinking it was stupid little things but eventually I just had this feeling something was wrong and he kept saying everything was okay. And then he suddenly dumped me. I did a lot of reflection and realized what happened.
I met this new guy about 6 months ago. We had a spark, but we moved at a slower pace. He was previously engaged but he broke it off after this huge fight they had ended with her moving out. He told me he was pretty sure his ex was a narcissist too, and listed behaviors that she did that made him think that. I understand that this is only one side of the story, but someone could say the same thing about my ex and I as well, so I empathize with him. We talked a lot about communication early on, and about being mature adults etc. He also said he didn't react well when his ex was overly emotional during discussions and disagreements and he is more logical.
Things were going great for a few months- sleepovers at each other's places etc, spending a lot of time together. I told him that I didn't want him putting me on a pedestal as that's what happened my last relationship and he agreed and said he doesn't want that either. However, he's been going through issues in his personal life separate from me. At first he and I would talk about them and he would be calm and listen to my advice. However, lately he's been more short and snappier. If I make a suggestion he gets this weird inflection in his voice. Almost like he's trying to steady it and make it smooth. I don't know how to describe it. It makes me feel cautious in a weird way. And he's been talking to me like I'm dumb recently. I am a dentist and he is an attorney for reference (not saying jobs make you dumb/smart, but I do consider myself book smart at the least). He has said multiple times he doesn't like dealing with people that aren't intelligent and able to have good conversations etc. I thought he was joking at first. But lately he speaks to me like I'm a child. I made a salad and he commented that it was a little mushy but that it was fine. Or telling me how to wash dishes because I wasn't doing it the way he wanted. Little subtle digs at me.
And sometimes we'll discuss things and I he was like "don't you remember I told you this". And the thing is I don't. He will be hot and cold sometimes and when I asked him if he's okay because of this, he said it makes him stressed when I inquire about this. I told him he seemed a bit off and he got really quiet and said I was making his stress worse because didn't I remember he has a rough case at work this week? (for reference he never told me). He also gave me a pseudo silent treatment because I told him I wanted to spend a weekend alone.
The thing is, all of these are raising the red flags that my ex raised. But I'm also wondering if it's because i'm more hypervigilant (I am) and making a bigger deal of these situations than I would? And we bonded over our exes being narcissists (he brought it up before I did) and he didn't do other behaviors my ex did such as love bombing, mirroring, future faking etc.
tl;dr concerned my new boyfriend is a narcissist like my old boyfriend was
also sorry for the any grammer mistakes English is not my native language :)
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2023.03.26 00:32 The_Domestic_Diva Non-Compete compensation negotiation, should hiring company cover lost pay?
I am 16 years in my industry. 8.5 years at my first place. 7.5 years at company A.
I have an offer from a company B. I work for company A which has a 6 month non-compete. To enforce this company A non-compete, company A must pay 60% of my base salary during this time.
Company B also requires I sign a non-compete, as this position is a promotion/higher level role, company B non-compete is 12 months and they would pay 50% of my base salary.
In the job offer from Company B, they did not offer to cover any of my remaining 40% of lost income during this 6 month.
Is it standard for the hiring company to offer to cover the non-compete? I feel that if they want me to sign their non-compete 12 months/50%, they should also be paying my 40%. Am I asking too much? When I changed jobs 7.5 years ago, I was stupid and didn't negotiate enough, I don't want to leave any money on the table this time.
This is my first time dealing with a non-compete, so I just don't know. I'm in Oregon, this non-compete is enforceable.
Company B - didn't offer a signing bonus or any other items, just a salary in the offer letter. I feel like they are waiting for me to counter on salary and the missing non-compete income.
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2023.03.26 00:32 snrpsnp Functional analog to Story Actions from classic Story Map template
First of all, I have access to Esri products through work so thats what i primarily use. I'm hoping someone can point out a functionality similar to Story Actions in the classic Map Series template but in StoryMaps, Instant Apps, Dashboard, etc. since the classic Story Map templates are in is extended support so I'm very hesitant to start a new project with one.
What I'm trying to do: I have several habitat delineation polygon layers that all have different spatial coverage and each region has been updated multiple times but during different survey years (i.e. some regions were updated 5 times and most recently in 2022, others were only updated twice and haven't been updated since 2002). I've been mulling over how best to present my data (for public consumption) for weeks and the only solution I've liked so far is using the classic Map Series template. This allows me to create a separate tab for each survey region and then create Story Action buttons for each survey year that change the main stage content. Therefore, within a regional tab, after clicking on a survey year button, the viewer will see an embedded Dashboard with the relevant map, pie graph, text, and legend. My main goals are for the user to be able to interact with the data as much as possible (i.e. zoom the map or lasso a certain region and get an updated pie graph) and provide some canned analyses (i.e. the pie graphs for each region/year) while not being confusing about the haphazard survey history (i.e. for regions that haven't been mapped for 20 years I want that to be VERY obvious, like the user having to click the survey year button in that region to display that Dashboard with the map and pie chart).
The map action buttons in new StoryMaps seems to only change aspects of a web map (remember, I would ideally like to display a whole new Dashboard with map, pie chart, legend, and text). I tried StoryMaps Collections to show each of the different dashboards, but there will be about 46 total dashboards and there doesn't seem to be a way to organize them under tabs and subcategories as in Map Series so this is very messy. I haven't spent much time in Instant Apps or Experience Builder but with some light googling I didn't come across any featers similar to the "Story Action" of Map Series that allows for all the main stage content to change with a button click. The ability to organize the data region is also important, which is sort of an option in StoryMaps with navigation enabled, but I'm really not a fan of the linear nature of scrolling through everything and much prefer the true tabs (and no scrolling) of Map Series.
I'm sure i did a poor job explanation my needs, so I'm happy to clarify. But... Any suggestions?
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2023.03.26 00:32 Transformed86 Uniforms for FedEx Ground Linehaul Drivers
I am starting a job with a contractor running linehaul overnight. I have seen FedEx Ground linehaul drivers at truckstops in FedEx uniforms. When I asked the contractor when I will receive uniforms, he said they don't provide them and I could try to look online.
How exactly are ground linehaul drivers getting uniforms? I do not want to ruin my clothes with grease stains from dealing with a dolly. Plus I think the uniforms look more professional. If anyone could provide a website that would be very helpful. Thanks
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2023.03.26 00:32 sogopro Worried about our life together post residency
I could really use some advice. I have a concern and I’m not sure if it’s just in my head or not. Also wondering if anyone else has felt these worries and how you may have put them at ease.
My girlfriend of 3 years is wrapping up her residency. I find myself really worried about what’s going to happen once she steps off from the medical training track she’s been on for most of her life - a life where a certain path is carved out for you and the expectations of how to reach your goals are a little more outlined - and she’s going to start having to navigate her own life, set her own goals and direction, and making bigger decisions independently from what is expected of her.
I’m the opposite of my girlfriend in where she is more passive, I’m more active. I remember graduating from college and then realizing the hard truth that no one was going to hand anything to me. Anything I wanted I would have to work hard and fight for. I don’t think this is necessary untrue for those in medicine, but the hardest part for me was realizing that you had to decide for yourself what is important in life before going for it. You had to decide what goals and efforts were worthwhile. And you had to decide how you wanted to lead your life because no one was going to do it for you. You had to carve out the life you wanted autonomously.
Through residency, I’ve noticed with my girlfriend:
- She doesn’t really have any strong passions, hobbies, or interest that she can talk to or connect with others about. I assume this is mainly because so much of her time goes into medicine.
- She hasn’t made many close friends during residency. She has social anxiety and really struggles putting herself out there or speaking up in social situations. This hasn’t fully affected her yet because she has a close long distance friend from HS and medicine has so far put her in environments of like minded people on a similar track - but I do worry about once it’ll just be the two of us post residency.
- She hasn’t had to focus on other parts of her life - like managing her finances/retirement - because her parents are still her support system and there’s an understanding that she’ll be making good money soon anyway
- When we do get into arguments, sometimes the reason is because of the long hours or stress of work. I understand this (partially) because my job can sometimes make me work 70-80 hour weeks too. But this worries me because it’s not like our stresses will go away, for example, if we were to have sleepless nights raising a child together.
All this terrifies me and makes me spiral the more I think about it. Am I going to have to make all the major decisions? Will I have to carry the social burden? Will I have to make and handle all the financial decisions? It scares me that I might not know how many of this will truly pan out until we’re in it
Has anyone ever felt similar worries?
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2023.03.26 00:31 grapefruit_engineer 🙏 if anyone has an original ("old" version) of the MJ savings card that they aren't using, you would be blessing me beyond words.
Hi all! 👋
I've been watching this sub for months before following, and finally trying to start my journey with MJ + weight loss after one hell of a year... which included being laid off due to covid staff cuts, losing my insurance, being put on Medi-Cal Kaiser (I'm in California) and then losing insurance again in between a job switch, while balancing being a single mom with mental health suffering severely.
Between paying out of pocket for my therapy, and trying to stay afloat finding a 2nd job with insurance benefits, I've gone through thr wringer and my first Push Health provider didn't even fill my Rx, she let it expire and then didn't know how to refund me (that's another story...I've found another provider who has sent my Rx).
I thought I've finally found a turning point in getting over this major hurdle with what is motivation to completely change my life this year, until I went to fill my first shot today. Even with my savings card, because it's invalid for me being uninsured and when I did have insurance it looks like it wouldn't have covered it anyways since it's not in the Kaiser formulary, and medi-cal is a govt program (again I'm currently just not insured.) This work apparently I could not even get TZ peptides or compounds shipped from out of the country or out of the state due to changing California restrictions and I feel so very defeated. It's ~ $1,100 out of pocket not including the Push Health fees and provider fees when I move up to 5mg and I haven't even started. :(
All this to say, I'm at my lowest and this is so important to me as a catalyst to improving my situation and my life as a whole. If anyone has an unused savings card and is willing to give it away because they have insurance coverage and/or have to use the newer coupon version, your card would be going to very good use and its taken all my pride to ask on this forum 🙏 but everyone seems so supportive and has been so encouraging, it means so much to have people to refer to while I'm navigating all of this. If you don't need your "old" card anymore, please please DM me 💕💕 very Sincerely, and desperate, momma and fellow IR patient.
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2023.03.26 00:31 Remarqueable 36 [M4R] Germany/Anywhere - I have no f*ckin idea how to introduce myself...
...in a way that makes you wanna respond to this prompt. But I have a buzz going and I'm feeling lucky so here's to nothing!
Hi! My name's not for everyone to know, but I'll be happy to tell you once you respond. I hold a steady job (I have a Master's degree in environmental sciences), I'm into books and I love music (I suck at playing the guitar, and I'm even worse on the banjo. But hey, at least I own a banjo! How cool is that?!)!
I mainly listen to Blues, Rock'N'Roll (think Motörhead), Pop (think KT Tunstall) and Country/Bluegrass (Tyler Childers and Lost Dog Street Band, anyone?). I also unironically fuckin love 'Wannbe' by the Spice Girls. best song ever as far as I am concernced. I'd be hapyp to check out your music suggestiosn SO PLEASE send some links my way!
I'm not even sure what I'm looking for on here. Friendship? Yeah, if we click, we click! Awesome. A relationship? Eh, if you happen to live by close-ish? Maybe?
For now, I'd just love you for turning my envelope orange and let's have a rad chat :)
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2023.03.26 00:31 kelggg Background Check going too far?
Not really sure if this is the right place but, this job interaction really threw me off!
Background - I'm a 28 y/o student. I've been in the emergency service industry for almost a decade now. Recently, I left it to pursue finishing my degree and moving into a different field (business). I just applied to 2 entry level positions in my neighborhood as I needed something flexible to pay the bills while studying.
Job 1 - Substitute teacher for a technical campus. $17.50/hr
Job 2 - Stockecashiepharmacy tech for a grocery store. $15/hr
Now, neither of these jobs require any special education or experience. I just want something low key.
I was hired at Job 1, after a very thorough interview and all the normal onboarding stuff. The only special thing I had to do was get fingerprinted for the state.
Folks, I walked out of the interview/onboarding for Job 2. It started off with very normal entry level questions. I also got offered the position on the spot and accepted.
The interviewer then gave me a back ground packet. She required me to put down all employment I ever had (I mean EVER) Then followed up with asking for my tax information to make sure I listed all of my previous positions.
THEN she said that they call every place of employment and if the dates don't line up they'll revoke the offer. They even asked for my high school diploma and since I don't have it said that I had to send them an official transcript only.
At this point I was flustered. I asked if this very in depth background check was due to working in the pharmacy. The interviewer declined and stated that they do this for every employee as the "company has high standards".
I explained that I was uncomfortable providing my tax information and that it was all a little excessive. Her toned changed quick and it just went down hill.
I thanked them for the opportunity and got up to leave. The interviewer said that I would be black listed from working there. I told her that was okay and walked out.
It was so crazy! I've never had an interview/onboarding go like that. Since when do grocery stores require that much to work for them?
Is this behavior normal now?
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2023.03.26 00:31 00sub000 Aiko Hirose in fishnets is fucked with vibrator and dicks at job
2023.03.26 00:31 19472729 Does the university I pick make a difference?
Hi. I am starting college this august and I applied for food science. I was accepted into Ohio state, Purdue, and mizzou. I’ve heard that Ohio state and Purdue are very good schools for food science and they are also very well known schools. Would it make a difference if I chose mizzou over these other schools that are way better? Or does the place where you get your food science degree matter a lot?
And is it easy to find jobs in different states after graduating? For example, if I do study in Missouri, will I be able to get a job in a state far away with a degree from a school that is not well known?
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2023.03.26 00:31 MicrofoamMonkfish Should I take this internship?
I’m a 17yr old girl with about 35 college credits. My main job experience is (1) 3 summers as an intern at a biotech company where I did soldering, water quality sampling and testing, basic inventory management, cleaning, etc (2) >2 years as a fast food worker (3) a few months as an intern for an atmospheric physicist doing spatial analyst/data processing stuff. I’m considering a career in geology or water management (deciding whether to major in Geosciences or Environmental Engineering). I’d really like to explore a career at a wastewater plant; I’ve been interested in municipal water management since I first learned about it around the age of 10. I applied to an internship position at a municipal wastewater treatment plant a couple months ago, but I didn’t really expect to get offered a position since I’m a pretty under qualified(they’re hoping for sophomore or higher Civil/Environmental/Industrial Engineering students, I’m not yet a college student). To my surprise though, I’ve been offered a position from May 28th- August 15th as an Operations and Engineering Intern with a pay rate of $19/hr and a 40 hwk schedule (6:30am-2:30pm Monday-Friday). I’m super excited, and it seems like this would be an amazing opportunity! I could see if I’d really like to pursue wastewater management as a career, and I assume having this experience on my resume would be super useful if I do decide to go into this field. However, the big issue with the internship is that it’s located in a city about 1hr away. I was hoping to take classes at a local university to see if I’d like to go there next year, but obviously couldn’t do that if I was working full time in a different city. I also have medical issues that I’m recovering from, and all of my healthcare providers are in my current city. I would also have to rent an apartment for 3 months, and I’d have to quit my current job($16.5/hr fast food job) or work on the weekends. Overall, I’m just scared that I’m not medically or mentally ready to take on all of the commitments required by this internship.
I think taking the internship is undeniably a good career move. However, how rare is this kind of opportunity? How likely am I to be able to find something similar next summer? What might I be missing that I haven’t accounted for by taking/not taking this internship?
TLDR: How much would I be screwing myself if I don’t take an entry level internship in Wastewater Operations/Engineering this summer?
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