Comoto Resume Funny Friday: Sexual Euphemisms Video…..

Comoto Resume Funny Friday: Sexual Euphemisms video and what can go wrong…..

Comoto Resume Funny Friday: What happens when you’ve got an, what you would describe as a hot colleague who can’t understand any of the sexual euphemisms you’re throwing her way? Well, this video should make any man frustrated, watch the video to find out why…..

httpvh://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lmNeuKuLvTo

Have a Funny Friday and nice weekend, and until next week we hope for the best.

The Comoto Team

Comoto‘s aim is to become “The Central Place” where you can create, clone, copy, manage, backup and distribute your Resume and Cover letters fast and easy. To create your first Comoto Resume, signup for free and just add your data (or use one of the many easy import features), pick one of our special designed templates, preview your Resume and finally export to your favorite format (.DOC – .PDF – .PNG) or publish it in a Web Profile (Public/Private). Now you are ready to have full control of your Resume. Notice other unique features – like multiple resumes – a few clicks and you can create a Resume targeted for a specific job or Export to many different formats.

Avoid the top 25 most weird Resume interview questions experienced

Avoid the top 25 most weird Resume interview questions experienced

If you’re using our Comoto Resume Manager it should eventually lead to you getting invited to a job interview and you should finally end up getting the job of your dreams.

When you are invited to an interview we propose, you prepare for the interview, find knowledge about the company and the people who is interviewing you. Preparing the best answers for the expected questions at the interview would be recommended.

But – yes there is a great but – we have all heard about weird or just stupid question to an interview, but now the guys at www.glassdoor.com has done us a favor and compiled a list of the “top 25 oddball interviews question 2010”.

Try to have a look below and see for yourself, how do you answer these questions? Would you ever be able to prepare for questions like these?

Read them below and have laugh, after that we wish you the best for a good weekend.

The Comoto Team

Top 25 Oddball Interview Questions Of 2010

1. “If you were shrunk to the size of a pencil and put in a blender, how would you get out?” Asked at Goldman Sachs.

2. “How many ridges [are there] around a quarter? Asked at Deloitte.

3. “What is the philosophy of Martial Arts?” Asked at Aflac.

4. “Explain [to] me what has happened in this country during the last 10 years.” Asked at Boston Consulting.

5. “Rate yourself on a scale of 1 to 10 how weird you are.” Asked at Capital One.

6. “How many basketball[s] can you fit in this room” Asked at Google.

7. “Out of 25 horses, pick the fastest 3 horses. In each race, only 5 horses can run at the same time. What is the minimum number of races required?” Asked at Bloomberg LP.

8. “If you could be any superhero, who would it be?” Asked at  AT&T.

9. “You have a birthday cake and have exactly 3 slices to cut it into 8 equal pieces. How do you do it?” Asked at Blackrock.

10. “Given the numbers 1 to 1000, what is the minimum numbers guesses needed to find a specific number if you are given the hint “higher” or “lower” for each guess you make.” Asked at Facebook.

11. “If you had 5,623 participants in a tournament, how many games would need to be played to determine the winner?” Asked at Amazon.

12. “An apple costs 20 cents, an orange costs 40 cents, and a grapefruit costs 60 cents, how much is a pear?” Asked at Epic Systems.

13. “There are three boxes, one contains only apples, one contains only oranges, and one contains both apples and oranges. The boxes have been incorrectly labeled such that no label identifies the actual contents of the box it labels. Opening just one box, and without looking in the box, you take out one piece of fruit. By looking at the fruit, how can you immediately label all of the boxes correctly?” Asked at Apple.

14. “How many traffic lights in Manhattan?” Asked at Argus Information & Advisory Services.

15. “You are in a dark room with no light. You need matching socks for your interview and you have 19 gray socks and 25 black socks. What are the chances you will get a matching pair? “ Asked at Eze Castle.

16. “What do wood and alcohol have in common?” Asked at Guardsmark.

17. “How do you weigh an elephant without using a weigh machine?” Asked at IBM.

18. “You have 8 pennies, 7 weight the same, one weighs less. You also have a judges scale. Find the one that weighs less in less than 3 steps.” Asked at Intel.

19. “Why do you think only a small percentage of the population makes over $150K?” Asked at New York Life.

20. “You are in charge of 20 people, organize them to figure out how many bicycles were sold in your area last year.” Asked at Schlumberger.

21. “How many bottles of beer are drank in the city over the week.” Asked at The Nielsen Company.

22. “What’s the square root of 2000?” Asked at UBS.

23. “A train leaves San Antonio for Huston at 60mph. Another train leaves Huston for San Antonio at 80mph. Huston and San Antonio are 300 miles apart. If a bird leaves San Antonio at 100mph, and turns around and flies back once it reaches the Huston train, and continues to fly between the two, how far will it have flown when they collide.” Asked at USAA.

24. “How are M&M’s made?” Asked at US Bank.

25. “What would you do if you just inherit a pizzeria from your uncle?” Asked at Volkswagen.

You can find the answers and more even weirder questions here.

Source: www.glassdoor.com

Common writing errors: They’re / Their / There

Common writing errors: They’re / Their / There

They’re
is the contraction for They Are. You make it the same way you make don’t (do not), it’s (it is), and you’re (you are).
There is a place.  Look over there. Note it has “here” in it, which is also a place:  There.
Their is a possessive pronoun.  It has “heir” in it.  If Bob and Jim are heirs according to [statute/statue] then the money is theirs.
They’re is the contraction of “they are.”
Their is the possessive – things that belong to them or that they have. Their hats are on their heads. (They own hats and they have heads – which is a good thing, otherwise the hats would have been a waste of money.) It is their intention to get to class on time. (They have an intention, and it includes getting up when the alarm rings. They may not pull it off, but they mean well.)
There answers the question “where?” It refers to place (I live there) and direction (I’m going there).Thereis also used with the verb “to be” (wasn’t I just there?), as in: there is very little time; there are several options; there be whales here(Okay, nobody says that last one any more).
Therecan be used to express satisfaction (There! I finished it.); or dismay (There! Now you’ve done it!); or sympathy (There, there. It’s all going to be okay.) And that’s where we came in…

The above is part of the Tips and Tricks section for Resume writing on Comoto.

Common writing errors: Difference Between “i.e.” and “e.g.”

Common writing errors: Difference Between “i.e.” and “e.g.”

Do you know when to use i.e. and when to use e.g.? If not then read the text below to get a better and more correct Resume. Avoid these simple writing errors !

What’s the difference between i.e. and e.g.?

Unless you have studied Latin or studied the English language in depth, it might be a surprise for you to learn that the abbreviations i.e. and e.g. actually mean different things.

  • e.g. means “for example” and is derived from the Latin “exempli gratia”
  • i.e. means “that is” and is derived from the Latin “id est”

Terms of usage with some examples

i.e. There are 6 cars in the parking lot, i.e. Buick, Toyota, Mercedes, BMW, Jaguar and Subaru. (a complete list of the colors)
e.g. There are 6 cars in the parking lot, e.g. Mercedes, BMW and Jaguar. (an incomplete list of the colors)
Use i.e. when you are stating the 6 cars in another way Use e.g. when you are giving examples of them.
i.e.
He had to deliver ASAP, i.e. As Soon As Possible
e.g. Acronyms are words where each letter stands for a word, e.g. ASAP which means “As Soon As Possible”
Use i.e. when you are explaining the definition Use e.g. when giving an example in most cases
Latin abbreviations are italicized, but in this case there is no agreement throughout the Grammar gurus. Some say it needs to be italicized and some say that they are so commonly used there is no need to do that.

The above is part of the Tips and Tricks section for Resume writing on Comoto.
The Comoto Team

Comoto‘s aim is to become “The Central Place” where you can create, clone, copy, manage, backup and distribute your Resume and Cover letters fast and easy. To create your first Comoto Resume, signup for free and just add your data (or use one of the many easy import features), pick one of our special designed templates, preview your Resume and finally export to your favorite format (.DOC – .PDF – .PNG) or publish it in a Web Profile (Public/Private). Now you are ready to have full control of your Resume. Notice other unique features – like multiple resumes – a few clicks and you can create a Resume targeted for a specific job or Export to many different formats.

Comoto Resume funny Friday: You’re stronger than you think….

Comoto Resume funny Friday: You’re stronger than you think….

Resume funny: You have the power to make your own life, but in this case it might be a bit over the edge. A man wants to crush an “office bully” and at the end he literally does……. Newer underestimate the power within you….

This video from Crunch Fitness demonstrates the consequences of an “office bully”. May bee this man will make a new CV or resume at Comoto when searching for a new job. 😆

httpvh://www.youtube.com/watch?v=53yVQa9NT_w

Have a Funny Friday and nice weekend, and until next week we hope for the best.

Comoto Resume funny Friday

Comoto‘s aim is to become “The Central Place” where you can create, clone, copy, manage, backup and distribute your Resume and Cover letters fast and easy. To create your first Comoto Resume, signup for free and just add your data (or use one of the many easy import features), pick one of our special designed templates, preview your Resume and finally export to your favorite format (.DOC – .PDF – .PNG) or publish it in a Web Profile (Public/Private). Now you are ready to have full control of your Resume. Notice other unique features – like multiple resumes – a few clicks and you can create a Resume targeted for a specific job or Export to many different formats.

Comoto Resume Funny Friday: Might be changed to Comoto tired Friday…

Comoto Resume Funny Friday – Might be changed to Comoto tired Friday…

Are you also tired after a long week with hard and demanding work or have you been working hard with your Resume this week, here is a small Resume Funny slideshow to lighten up your spirits a little and get a smile on your face.

At Comoto we actively work at getting you a Resume engine that you can use to get the job of your dreams, we are working so hard that we have become a bit tired, next week we will launch a new cool feature. So that you can import your Resume not only from your LinkedIn profile but also from another exiting Resume engine. So we feel a bit like these small tired critters in this slideshow.

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Have a nice weekend, and the best wishes from us to you and your family.

Best regards

The Comoto Team

Comoto‘s aim is to become “The Central Place” where you can create, clone, copy, manage, backup and distribute your Resume and Cover letters fast and easy. To create your first Comoto Resume, signup for free and just add your data (or use one of the many easy import features), pick one of our special designed templates, preview your Resume and finally export to your favorite format (.DOC – .PDF – .PNG) or publish it in a Web Profile (Public/Private). Now you are ready to have full control of your Resume. Notice other unique features – like multiple resumes – a few clicks and you can create a Resume targeted for a specific job or Export to many different formats.