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2023.06.07 00:26 Youpalah Police municipale et tatouages ?

Hey !
Voilà j'ai une petite question liée à un de me stress du moment.
J'ai un job d'été qui est asvp (agent de surveillance de la voie publique) donc un emploi au sein de la police municipale de la ville concernée. Lors de l'entretien J'était en costume donc mes tatouage ne se sont pas vu (et on ne m'a pas posé la question donc j'ai pas du tout pensé à en parler). Le truc c'est que j'ai justement trois tatouages sur mes avants bras, donc totalement visible en manche courte. Cet été notre tenue sera composée d'un polo.
Bref voilà ma question : est ce que les tatouages visibles et le fait d'avoir un tel poste est incompatible ? J'ai un peu peur qu'en me pointant le premier jour en manche courte ça fasse un petit choc à mon chef qui n'avait pas vu ça et que je me fasse virer (période d'essai d'un jour).
Il me semble que dans les textes les tatouages sont acceptés (ce sont des animaux, rien de politique, religieux ou offensant) mais la ils sont totalement visibles donc je me pose la question. De plus les cacher voudrait dire recommander de nouveaux polos en manches longues et je crois que les chefs ne seraient pas très heureux donc mauvais point des le début... Bref merci de vos éventuelles réponses !
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2023.06.07 00:22 CodeCrazyAquile I’ve seen a lot of posts of people applying to 100s of jobs with no luck and was curious if they are “playing the game”?

When I first started looking for jobs my process was: 1. Go on indeed, LinkedIn, etc.. 2. Look for software engineering jobs 3. If I met 30-50% of the requirements then apply. I did get a few call backs and interviews this way but not a lot at all. Then I found out how to “play the game”..
I know a lot of people do not want to do this because it can get exhausting but maybe this can help a few people.
I won’t say that I never do this but it is rare that I just click apply. These days it’s not really that effective especially for a entry level role. So here is how I recommend you play the game:
  1. Find a job with a open role that you would like to apply for whether it’s on LinkedIn, indeed, whatever. Almost Every company has a LinkedIn profile.
  2. Go to the company profile and look at the people that work there. There’s also a cool little trick you can do on LinkedIn to find people that work at the company. I think it’s called a Boolean search idk but in the search bar you can type something like "Technical Recruiter" AND (companyName). I usually do software engineer or engineering manager instead of recruiter. This will give you all of the people that work at the company with that job title.
  3. Reach out to that person on LinkedIn. When you send a invite to connect you can attach a message. The message should be personal. Read something about the person on their profile and start a conversation with the person. I like to find people that went to the same university as me but if you didn’t go to college you can just find something about that person that interest you (maybe y’all both like art, idk) there is always something in a person profile that can be a conversation starter. Ultimately you are trying to make a friend that will lead to a referral. A lot of people don’t reply but some will. If you really wanna play the game there is a site called that gives you the email of a person as long as you enter the company and the full name of the person then you can reach out via email. Some people think this is weird but I’m a by any means type of person and I have a family to provide for so if this works then I’m doing it.
  4. Tech events are a amazing way to meet people in the industry. Go make a friend! This can lead to a referral down the road.
  5. Make sure your LinkedIn profile looks good! Add those good ole key words and there is a good chance some recruiters will reach out which can lead to interviews (a lot of my interviews have been because of this)
  6. Understand that playing the game takes time. This is not a instant thing. I know it’s so easy to just click apply and be done with it but it’s really not that effective.
  7. Keep track of everyone you reached out to. keep in touch through email or LinkedIn every once in a while.
I am only recommending this because I seen it work for not only me but plenty of other people. I could’ve just kept it short and said networking is key but some people may not know how to network.
I hope this helps someone. I used to do this every single day before I landed my first role a few years ago and it does work. I’m a extreme introvert so this was challenging but either you want to get a job or complain about applying to 500 places with no results. Also if you applying to that many places with no results there is something wrong with your resume. You can use to help with your resume.
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2023.06.07 00:21 Naturegrapher Any tips on securing post graduate work during the summer months?

Background: I have recently graduated from an Undergrad in Chemical Engineering in Canada. I currently have 1 year of relevant co-op experience as a process engineer and 8 months of co-op in IT. I seriously started applying in January and have had 6 interview (3 recorded interviews and 3 zoom interview) but no job offer yet.
Of the three zoom interviews I made it to the second round for one (in-person interview in the plant) but got rejected after that. Surprisingly that job posting is still online. I am still waiting to hear from one of them and the third interview got cancelled a couple of hours before my interview due to the company having a hiring freezes.
I am searching for process engineering roles but I am noticing now a lot of the postings have stopped. I have been checking linkedin, indeed and company websites but haven't been seeing many open positions for junior level process engineers.
Is there a different approach I should take now considering that it is summer and most hiring for post graduate work starts in September?
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2023.06.07 00:00 DontPPCMeBr0 Job sites for nurses

Hi all,
I work for a small home heath care company in a major US city and our job postings on LinkedIn and Indeed aren't getting a lot of hits for an RN supervisor despite being pretty good recruitment tools in the past.
Are there any nurse-specific job boards this community uses more than generalist ones like LI/Indeed?
Thank you for any insights you can offer. It's a really great position with a strong director of nursing who can serve as a mentor - I'm just struggling to get the opportunity in front of people!
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2023.06.06 23:55 OddMeasurement2961 Seeking career advice for new data scientist

I just graduated with my master of public health degree. During my program, I focused heavily on statistics and data analysis and got relatively good at it pretty quick. I want to continue this kind of work because I don’t want to lose the skillset and I really enjoy it too.
I have been applying to jobs, over 100 at this point. Pretty much nothing has come to fruition and I’m feeling quite discouraged and not sure what to do. I’ve been teaching myself new skills, I am very well-versed in R and GIS, I know SQL but don’t have a ton of experience using it, I taught myself to use Tableau, and I’m working on teaching myself Python too. I’ve had some experience with ML — causal inference specifically (using R). I completed 4 statistics courses, along with epidemiology, GIS (x2), and a course on data visualization. I have a website portfolio with some of my work from grad school and an active LinkedIn. I have a Github account but I don’t really use it much. My thesis was an epidemiological study using hospital data that required fairly advanced data and statistical skills and I also had a data science internship during grad school at a local health department.
Does anyone have advice about finding a career in data science or analytics given my background? Private sector is preferred, but I’m also considering government work and have applied through USAjobs already to several (I have non-competitive eligibility and if I work for the gov I would apply for PSLF). I’ve otherwise been mostly using LinkedIn, Indeed, and have began applying to biotech companies directly through their websites. I would love to get a remote role but I’m not limiting myself to that. My BS is in biology. I’m in the SF Bay Area, but looking to move somewhere cheaper in the US. Idk where yet. I am open.
Thank you in advance :)
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2023.06.06 23:43 the_left_winger Recruiter told me position was closed but it is still available on the company's internal site.

I was interviewing with a Fortune 100 company for an SDE position. I did my summer internship there in 2022, so I was confident of getting through if I performed well. Had 3 rounds of interviews and was told that would be that. I did well on the interviews, all the interviewers were quite pleased, and I was able to solve all the problems given to me.
This was last Friday. Yesterday, the recruiter (btw, this is the same recruiter that worked with me to get the internship offer last summer) got back to me and informed me that unfortunately that position had been closed and they would get back to me when it reopened. I also have a friend in that company, so I when I was talking to him about this, he looked up the job ID on the company's internal website. It's still available there.
How should I proceed now? Does this mean I got played by the recruiter (but why not simply reject me in case they didn't want to proceed further?) Is it possible that the job was indeed closed but they haven't taking down their internal posting yet?
I usually send a thank you note or something to recruiters after completing the interview loop, but I'm not sure how to respond in this case. I really liked the company, and they have other SDE positions open where I could apply or ask to be considered in those, but I obviously don't want to do it if they clearly don't want to hire me for some reason. It is unlikely that the recruiter is going to tell me exactly what went down, so I'm not sure what to make of their response. Does anybody have any advice on how to proceed?
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2023.06.06 23:35 continuitycondiment My best friend has imposter syndrome, and he would be mortified if he saw this but….

My best friend dreams of being a music produce artist and his imposter syndrome has really gotten to him. He’s at a job he’s very unhappy with and I really want to promote his music on here (as annoying as it may be. so I’m sorry.) to get his stuff out there so everyone can see how talented he is.
Please check it out, it would truly mean the world to him.
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2023.06.06 23:26 Ice_Extension Jobs for English majors

Recently graduated with my B.A. in English and moved here from the South and have no idea what to do (big surprise)… currently working a decent job, but it is completely unrelated to my background or interests. My work background is mostly in educational settings and community-centered roles, but totally not against branching out if it is something I’m into. Would like to be making a bit more money, too (at least 45,000/yr). Any leads, or does anyone know a good place to search other than Indeed?
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2023.06.06 23:12 alienbabe98 If life continues down this path, I hope I don’t see 30… or even 25..

Hey, guys. I’m trying to make this moreso a post for seeking advice, than a depressive rant… I’m 24F, residing with an abusive ex in Denver, CO. I’m currently staying with him, as we are both dependent on each other atm, and I have no one else I can actually go to for a safe and secure roof over my head..
Things got really bad in Mid-March, and I decided to attempt to take my life, by crashing my car into a flooded ditch, and head-on into a tree… unfortunately, car was totaled, I came out totally unscathed, and without the 1 thing that was my lifeline, and source of income (DoorDash).
I left CO for a month, after receiving an offer from a friend in Phoenix to come stay and work on my mental health. Unfortunately, some horribly traumatic things happened to be down in Phoenix, and I also could not attend to my physical health which is constantly disregulated by 3 autoimmune diseases. I decided my best option was to return to Denver to stay with a friend, job-hunt, and attend to my medical problems. The living situation with my friend fell through, as many of my friends are currently being displaced due to financial hardships, sellout landlords, etc…. Only option was to return to my exes, and offer to help him out w my SNAP benefits while I job hunt.
I have submitted 80 applications on indeed, and 15-20 on various other sites. I have made phone calls, had a few interviews, all without any luck of obtaining a job. The last of my funds have been spent on transportation to get to and from interviews, cat food & litter, & other household items not covered by SNAP (that my ex cannot afford).
Any advice on how to quickly obtain a job, and/or cash assistance? Cash assistance was not offered to me when I recently regained SNAP benefits. I have also never had to try this hard to obtain a job…. Any advice/tips appreciated.
I am starting to feel so desperate and trapped.
Edit: due to my autoimmune diseases/chronic health issues (including osteopenia), and being severely underweight, I am limited in my job search. Looking for simple cashiecustomer service positions that I have years of experience in, and cannot work overnights.
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2023.06.06 23:08 continuitycondiment can u all help me help my friend make his dreams come true ✨💖

so in my normal ENFP nature i have taken it upon myself to try and post my friends music everywhere so he can get more streams 🤪. he wants to work in the music industry so bad and he is so talented but doubts himself because he constantly compares his work to others, and since he’s unhappy in his current job and i naturally want him outta there.
it’s very catchy hyperpop/ pop-ish music if you wanna check it out, but it would mean the world if you did. thank you 💖💖
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2023.06.06 23:05 Silent_Echo1236 Should I still apply to jobs that requires me to be bilingual if I only know English?

I'm majoring in a BA Honors in Psychology and many of the social service/mental health jobs say that being bilingual is a requirement on indeed. Is it really a priority for them or is it a "wish" that they have and would still be likely to look into my resume?
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2023.06.06 22:50 lala_lovegood looking for a job!

sorry if not allowed. I'm 18, and have experience working for a well known coffee franchise in the UK. I've applied to a few bar jobs on indeed, does anyone know anywhere specific I could apply to that requires little experience? also happy to do beginner level data entry/admin type jobs. I have a drivers license.
a problem i run into a lot when working is that I look very alternative (piercings, hair colour) so a lot of employers dismiss me quickly. anything that would accommodate the way I look, such as a bar or basic office job, would be ideal. thanks in advance <3
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2023.06.06 22:41 Don_Sackloth I thought we'd done well getting rid of the kneebreakers. Turns out it the Peacemakers that are really scary.

I work for a peacebuilding non-profit. I asked my boss, I don't want to name, to please assure me that we've met all the necessary legal criteria before this campaign.
I thought that was the responsible thing any employee to do. Instead, my boss just shouted 'your crazy' repeatedly, and progressively louder.
I got accused by my team of just making trouble. I am very troubled, yes, by the idea of forcing alien residents to unwittingly break the law; to illegally evict 2 volunteers after 6 months service, because, after 6 months of hard work- one volunteer was threatened by dissident republicans because of my association with the dodgy Non-profit. And you know what, know I'm beginning to think the fuckers maybe had a point.
Every workers attempt to get this sorted in any reasonable manner- is shouted down by the boss. I mean it all seems very strange, and exceptionally misanthropic for an NGO.
If anyone can take the time today to visit UISCE dot org - to remind him that if he keeps running/ shouting/ counter-acussing people may think he's a criminal. I know he's just a misunderstood guy; his passion for human kind is sometimes mistaken by some as a hatred of the poor. It great that he can shout so loudly, as after a week of trying to get my boss to answer a few simple questions, I see his point. I am fucking crazy.
He's such a good guy, that he sometimes just gets emotional at the very suggestion of impropriety! Me too brother, but all it takes is a deep breath and, instead of shouting one thing loudly, say lots of little things, perhaps even in a civil tone.
I have been trying to call him and write - so he can acknowledge receipt of my emails- you know the ones that showed him that these laws weren't 'crazy'; almost the exact opposite in fact. Required by law even.
I joined this Nonprofit to try to improve Northern Ireland in any way possible, because I grew up traumatized, being beaten by paramilitaries often just for being a hippy(fucking)bastard.
I am a hippy. And proud.
I worked six months for free, got death threats in return and was happy to in the name of progress and Peacebuilding.
I don't care if he can't drop the occasional offensive word, it's just a generational thing. I will even tolerate all these regressive behaviours, so long as it's rooted in ignorance and not intolerance.
Keith has shut his phone and email off from me (strange for someone who just needs to settle a misunderstanding with a former employee!)
He won't answer to me. He won't answer my questions, the police won't respond when I ask they come over to help settle this man's confusion.
For our kindness, my fiance and I face homelessness in two days because they can't hire someone with PTSD. If we are trying to help communities disadvantaged by the troubles; who the fuck is left to help if we don't care about PTSD.
It seems only one fucker escaped the troubles without PTSD; my boss Keith. No idea how he plans to accomplish bringing peace to Ireland, if he only plans to engage untroubled communities, a preferably non-catholic ones.
I gave up my job, and was fired for calling out what I suspected was improper. I hope someone can reach him, before it's too late, and I'm the only person dumb enough to believe that he's not a sinister and questionable fucker indeed.
If he would even just legally evict me, at this point it would be a pleasant surprise.
He seems to have forgotten even basic human decency. I can't forget about him though until I know he's not going to be cheating, bullying or lying to the community.
Anyway Keith, I don't want to stand outside the Clinton Centre forever waiting for justice. But I think you already I'm the type that doesn't have a choice really.
C'mon Keith. Be good mate. Stop the weird, inexplicable behavior. Give me an excuse to go home, or I'll be stuck out front telling the high street until someone starts listening or answering!
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2023.06.06 22:31 AdOtherwise9815 [Hiring] Network Administrator Manager

Job: (Local Area) Network Administrator
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2023.06.06 22:30 amandaguilty Family drama – The murder of Sarah Scazzi – 2/2

<<< First part of the post
My post got cancelled the first time, so I’m trying again. Wish me luck! :)

August 26, 2010. The reconstruction

For the Court, “decisive and definitive proof of the correctness of [this] reconstruction” of the relationship between Sabrina and Ivano and between the former and the victim, comes from a “datum of extraordinary genuineness” – Sarah’s last diary entry:
According to all the testimonial evidence, on both the morning and afternoon of August 26, Sarah (once she’d returned from San Pancrazio) went to Sabrina’s house; but why would she do so if the relationship had broken down? The Court considers this issue, advanced by the defense, and replies that
once her brother had left, hanging out with Sabrina represented, for young Sarah, hungry for life and leisure, the only opportunity to get out, to escape from a family environment that appeared to her to be rigid and, at that time, with her grandfather dying and her mother busy caring for him, certainly bleak and oppressive.
Anna Pisanò’s testimony sheds light on the underlying conflict between the cousins, although her account of the morning – as well as the other portions of her testimony – has been rejected by the defense, who argued that Pisanò’s role as a “super-witness” (more on this later) was the by-product of her resentment towards Sabrina, of “her willingness to create misunderstandings” and of the shared religious beliefs with Concetta. The Court rejected this argument reporting that Pisanò and Sabrina were quite intimate friends before the disappearance and the religious practices Pisanò participated to still don’t explain why she would have falsely accused Sabrina. In any case, Pisanò was a client of Sabrina; she said she was close with her, although the latter contradicted her in court.
7:55-9:30 am: Pisanò said to the investigators and later to the judges that, on the morning of August 26, she went to Sabrina’s for a session (she worked as a beautician off the books); after like an hour, Sarah arrived. Pisanò noticed that she looked unhappy and that she didn’t greet her as usual. The prosecution used this episode to argue the confrontation of the night before continued on August 26, but the defense replied that either a) Pisanò was disliked by Sarah because two years before she had said to Sarah that her father was a womanizer or b) the story narrated by Pisanò was false since the other witnesses who saw Sarah that morning don’t report anything unusual about her. Make of that what you will.
12-12:30 pm: Once she had returned to her own home, coming from the Misseris, Sarah informed her mother that she was “probably” going to the beach with Sabrina and that, in any case, she would have to wait for confirmation by her cousin. Immediately thereafter, Sarah had asked to accompany her father, who was headed for meat and fruit shopping.1:45-2 pm: Sarah left her house and headed for Sabrina’s without having received the confirmation message from Sabrina. This is corroborated by
The Court stated that the reconstruction advanced by the defense – according to which Sarah waited for the 2:25 pm confirmation message in order to go to Sabrina’s – can’t be accepted also because it didn’t make sense for Sarah not to reply to her schoolmate Francesca’s messages if she was really waiting for the confirmation message and wasn’t engaged in any housework. The most plausible reasons why she left before receiving the message are to be identified with the fact that Sarah didn’t want to participate in the house renovations and was anxious to go to the beach.
The defense also attacked the testimony of Pantir indirectly arguing that the “young couple” – that’s the name media used to describe Giuseppina Nardelli and Fedele Giangrande – since a week after the disappearance have always said that they’d seen Sarah walking down the street after 2 pm. The Court countered that Sabrina had tried to influence the memories of the people involved in the case and that’s the distal cause of the young couple’s testimony:
[I]t is well understood how the imprimatur of a certain time indication that placed Sarah’s disappearance around 2:30 pm and, in any case, before 2:42 pm, the time when the search for her began, was provided precisely by Sabrina Misseri in the course of the interviews she gave, with the effect of conditioning not only, as already seen, the memories of Sarah’s family members, but also the information disseminated by the media.
That would explain why the missing person report compiled by Concetta mentioned 2:30 pm as the time of disappearance – Sarah’s mother had simply taken at face value Sabrina’s indication that she’d sent the confirmation message around that time. Moreover, in at least another occasion, Sabrina tried to influence directly a person informed about the facts surrounding the disappearance, namely Mariangela. This is an excerpt from an intercepted conversation between two on September 30, 2010 in the Carabinieri headquarters:
It’s also a fact that the after-2-pm version was initially accredited because everyone thought the last movements of Sarah’s cell phone were genuine and not the result of post-mortem manipulation (more on this later), so it’s not illogical to think that the young couple could have “aligned” their memories with what they deemed to be true. Still, I think the defense raises a good point; ultimately, it’s likely that Giangrande and Nardelli misremembered or made a bad estimation because their original memory (in the later versions they admit it could have been also 2 pm) simply doesn’t fit with all the other evidence, especially Pantir’s testimony, who talked about 2 pm as the time of Sarah leaving the house when everyone else thought the correct time was another.
1:50-2:05 pm: Sarah arrived at Sabrina’s. Testifying to this there are Cosima’s intercepted words: “it would have been better if lightning had fallen on the house, electrocuting us all that day… electrocuting us all before the girl came”. It’s unlikely that she went to the garage as hypothesized by the defense since, even according to Sabrina, she wasn’t used to hang out alone there at all. Moreover,
It is utterly implausible that Sarah Scazzi – if previously molested, as the Defenses assume – could have decided, for no plausible reason, to voluntarily descend into the dark garage, into the clutches of her molesting uncle (as will be said shortly, just as the latter, enraged by the failure to start the tractor, was shouting and “swearing” like a possessed).
Sabrina testified in court that around this time (when, for example, she received her cousin Adamaria’s call and didn’t respond to it) she was resting in the double bed of her parents, though this is contradicted by Michele even when the latter was offering a completely self-accusatory version: he said that he’d talked to Sabrina in the house before Sarah arrived. On the other hand, Cosima – who according to Sabrina was lying next to her in the double bed – never mentioned the numerous calls, messages and rings her daughter had received in those minutes. Why would she lie about this, in any case?
There was, in fact, a need to defer the moment of her exit to the porch, in order to exclude the possibility of a meeting with Sarah at the moment when the latter – according to the defense version, which saw her leaving the house after receiving confirmation text messages from her cousin – was arriving at the Misseri house.
It’s difficult to understand, moreover, why Sabrina would send the message, “I’m trying [to poo] in the bathroom :)”, to Mariangela if, as she testified in court, the “attempt” lasted only a few seconds. But there are lots of contradictions in Sabrina’s accounts of the events. The shower that, according to previous statements, she had taken once she got out of bed, in the trial statements became a “rinse” of her private parts; regarding the message of 2:39:27 pm to Mariangela (“Ready”), Sabrina, in her statements of October 15, said she’d typed it when she was on the porch, but – faced with the contestation that she had stated that, 55 seconds earlier, when she had received the message from Angela Cimino, she was with certainty in the bathroom – she argued at trial that this message had been sent when she “was going out on the porch”. Concerning these details, the defense tried to deflect holding that Sabrina was in a state of “mental confusion” caused by her cousin’s – to whom she was very close – disappearance. The Court replied that
The detectable contradictions cannot be the result of mnemonic deficits, especially since, most of the time, this is not the explanation that was given by the defendant to justify the narrative inconsistencies.
At this point, though, we have to introduce a crucial witness who showed up quite late but was deemed genuine (at least in his first deposition) by the prosecution and then by the Court; his name is Giovanni Buccolieri and he was a florist in Avetrana.

The kidnapping: the dream of the florist and Cosima’s motive

The finding of kidnapping, contested in complicity to Cosima Serrano and Sabrina Misseri, in the reconstruction of the criminal facts constitutes the logical and factual antecedent of the murder of Sarah Scazzi: the young girl, shortly after entering the house, hastily left [Sabrina’s house], heading on foot toward her home; however, she was chased and immediately tracked down by Cosima Serrano who, together with Sabrina Misseri, forced her to board the Opel Astra car and, placing herself in the driver’s seat again, drove her back to her home in Via Deledda, where she was strangled.
The path by which the information about the kidnapping reached investigators was tortuous. On April 5, 2011, super-witness Anna Pisanò talked with the investigators to report that, in September 2010, she’d heard by her daughter Vanessa Cerra that “someone” she knew had seen Cosima grab Sarah by the hair, snatch her and throw her in the Misseri car on the afternoon of August 26, 2010. Pisanò had asked many times to Cerra who was this mysterious individual, but she decided to make his name only when she left for a job in Germany (saying that, if questioned, he would have said that it was only a dream). When Pisanò discovered the identity of the witness, she went to the investigators.
April 9, 2011 is the day Buccolieri appeared before prosecutors to offer information about Sarah’s disappearance. Only two days later, however, he requested another interview to retract what he’d already told, justifying himself by saying that he wasn’t sure it was real – it could have been a very vivid dream. The prosecutors immediately charged him with perjury, since either the first or the second interview contained false information. Then, in court, Buccolieri used his right to remain silent, although the content of the first interview was mentioned in the motivation report that sentenced Cosima (and Sabrina) to life in prison.
The florist’s dream is one of the most contested points of the sentence. The Supreme Court observed that Buccolieri retracting his testimony about having seen the kidnapping has to be explained in terms of an “attempt to evade the judicial responsibilities incumbent on him”. On the contrary, Cosima’s and especially Sabrina’s defenses argued that only Anna Pisanò reported the incident by talking about a real fact and not a dream, and that she cannot be trusted for the reasons described above.
Concerning the validity of the testimony, the Court considered firstly the discrepancy between Buccolieri’s preoccupation with the incident and it supposedly being just a vivid dream:
that Buccolieri continued, in the days and months that followed, to talk about the affair, albeit representing it as a “dream”, to relatives, relatives-in-law and friends while showing agitation and disturbance, however, makes it quite clear that he – aware of the seriousness of the episode and its significance as an essential junction in the reconstruction of the murder – could not help but think about it and, therefore, talk about it.
Mention has already been made of Pisanò’s credibility, which again becomes an important point here. The woman reported to investigators that her daughter had told her about the incident in terms of a real fact, while the daughter claimed that Buccolieri had only ever told her about a very vivid dream that made it difficult to understand whether it was real or not. Cerra said in court that, when she had asked again Buccolieri to go talk with the investigators, he replied, “If they call me, I deny everything”.
This is probably the strangest piece of evidence pertaining to this case, the only one directly implicating Cosima and it’s quite difficult to assess its validity. The Court considered the issue and tried to justify its reasoning in more than 100 pages. There are reasons both to believe and not to believe that it was a vivid dream.
Firstly, we know for a fact that Buccolieri did have a flower delivery to do on that day. Interestingly, his description of the abduction temporally preceded the discovery of Sarah’s body; this suggests that he may have been truthful insofar as he would have anticipated other evidence emerging from the trial. Another reasoning in favor of the theory that the kidnapping was real is that Cerra wouldn’t have asked Buccolieri to talk with the Carabinieri if his narrative had been really told in the terms of a dream; at the same time, Cerra wouldn’t have refused to tell her mother the name of the dreamer. It would also have been strange for Pisanò – if she had falsely said that the kidnapping was real – to have been able to predict that Buccolieri would speak in the terms of a real fact in his first interview. Finally, the Court considered that the fact Buccolieri said to Cerra that only she knew how things went proved that what he said to his wife and mother-in-law (namely, that it was all a dream) was false – in other words, only Cerra was able to listen to the “true” account of the events; Pisanò then managed to discover it and told about it to the investigators.
On the other hand, it would be dishonest not to acknowledge that Buccolieri to this day maintains that the prosecutors somehow convinced him that the episode was factual, when in reality, according to him, it was only a dream. Other bits of intercepted conversation suggest either that Buccolieri was truthful when he accredited the dream version or that he was trying to impose it to Cerra: “The two of us, when we talked, we talked about a dream and that’s all… we didn’t talk about anything else”. Others again seem to imply that there was a common preoccupation, between Buccolieri and Cerra, with not being involved in the case: “You have to say that… the right things, Va”, “But I said the right things”. In court, Buccolieri’s wife Giuseppina Scredo testified that her husband seemed worried about the “dream” because at the same time he told her about it circumstantial items against Cosima had emerged – but prosecutors replied that, in reality, Cosima became a suspect only in 2011, so it’d have been exaggerated for Buccolieri to be worried about the dream:
[Buccolieri], however, would have had no reason to feel such dismay if it was merely a dream going back in time or if he was in doubt between dream and reality, and even less so if [the story about the kidnapping] was the result of popular suggestion or a “collective dream” of the Avetranese who disliked Serrano. […] Unless we want to attribute to Buccolieri premonitory powers and divinatory abilities, it is not possible that, immediately after Michele Misseri’s arrest, he could have already had suspicions – based, it should be assumed, solely on the unjustifiable dislike he felt for a fellow citizen with a “strong” character whom he saw appearing on television – about Cosima Serrano, so much so that he became convinced of her guilt and “dreamed” of her involvement in the victim’s kidnapping.
It’s also important to ask what would be Cosima’s motive. The Court considered that
The attention that the entire family paid to the aspect of public consideration is further evidenced by Valentina Misseri’s statement at trial about the reasons underlying the reproaches that she and her sister Sabrina used to address to the young Sarah because of the young girl’s affectionate attitudes – which they considered excessive and out of place – to people of the opposite sex, or the makeup that was too “heavy” for her age, which could have, in the older cousins’ view, aroused the gossip of the Avetranese community (“people who talk and are gossipy”) by having the minor girl ‘labeled’ as a ‘no-good’.
Cosima was therefore greatly concerned about what might be said about her daughter if her failed intercourse and on-and-off relationship with Ivano were discovered and especially held Sarah responsible for the humiliation her daughter suffered. As for why she decided to follow Sarah back to her house like the florist had described, the Court considers that the news of the argument was not supposed to reach the Scazzi home – if it had happened, Sarah’s parents would’ve been outraged at Cosima and Sabrina for everything “improper” for a 15-year-old Sarah had discovered or participated to (especially in a rural, tight-knit community as Avetrana is): from knowing about the intercourse to being photographed in pajamas with Sabrina by a shirtless Ivano late one night in May 2010.
It is also shown that the defendant [Cosima] Serrano paid extreme attention to the profile of family respectability, opposing conduct of her daughter that appeared to her, in terms of mentality, age, and culture, to be excessively uninhibited – so much so that she regularly called Sabrina insulting epithets alluding to her sexual mores (“bitch”, “whore”). […] The affront suffered at the hands of the little girl, her rebellion against the authority of her aunt and the fear that she would reveal facts that would compromise the honorability of the Misseri family, generated a strong emotional reaction in the woman that induced her to commit the kidnapping and, once the little girl was brought back home, to commit the crime of murder.

The murder and the weapon

According to the Court that convicted the defendants, Sarah entered the Misseri’s house and stayed there for only a few minutes before leaving abruptly. The fight that broke out that afternoon had to be different from the typical altercations between the two girls, having required the intervention of Cosima.
Sarah, who was attacked and reprimanded, did not suffer supinely this time: she must have experienced those reprimands, those accusations as so undeserved, disproportionate and unjust that she reacted harshly toward her aunt in harsh tones, and with accusations, certainly serious and unexpected, that affected not only her cousin, but also her aunt because of the seriousness of them. […] The questioning of the authority of the two women, Serrano’s outrage at what must have seemed to her to be intolerable accusations made by Sarah and an inadmissible act of rebellion, as well as a show of ingratitude on the part of the little girl who had been welcomed and raised “like a daughter” in that home, the realization that Sarah had grown up and was no longer the shy and submissive child who could be “managed”, but a person capable of reacting, responding in kind, questioning the authority of the two “parental” figures, even rivaling her older cousin and revealing her habits and secrets, shaming her before her mother’s eyes, all these things triggered the reaction of Sabrina Misseri and Cosima Serrano.
After they had returned to the Misseri’s house on the Opel Astra, Sabrina and Cosima strangled Sarah with a belt, one holding her down and the other tightening her grip around the neck. This is also corroborated by the forensic-pathological evidence: according to prof. Strada’s autopsy, “a flat, ribbon-like furrow in the front of the neck is clearly visible [on Sarah’s neck], even to the layman”, while “excluding the mode of strangulation hypothesized by the defense [i.e. a kind of complete hanging] is the absence of signs of fracture of the hyoid bone and cricothyroid cartilages”. Strada concluded therefore that the murder weapon was a belt, the seams of which produced the furrow present on Sarah’s neck.
Against the objections of Sabrina's and Cosima’s defense – which argued that the indication of the murder weapon was intended to shift the blame towards the two defendants – there is the fact that the autopsy was filed on November 11, 2010, when Michele was still the only suspect: Strada could not have known that Sabrina and Cosima would be investigated shortly thereafter.
It is therefore clear that the indication of a belt, not a rope, as the murder weapon preceded the reconstruction that, only later, by virtue of an unambiguous circumstantial framework, came to identify the Misseri family home as the scene of the murder.
The Court noted that “the defense counsel ultimately failed to provide a plausible alternative explanation for the presence of the whitish furrow ‘averaging 2.6 cm wide’ found on the front of the victim’s neck, nor did he effectively explain the origin and nature of the repetitive segmented, in-line impressions present at the edges of said furrow”. In response to the argument that the weapon may have been a rope (such as the one indicated by Michele), the Court underlined that Strada argued extensively that the furrow couldn’t have been produced by such a constraining means.
In addition to that, the Court holds that – since on Sarah’s neck “a sharp, smudge-free pattern was detected” and “the victim did not put up any resistance, especially since it was found that there was no further injury to the ‘structures’ of the neck” – the perpetrators of the vicious attack must have been two, namely Sabrina and Cosima. It was also argued that, if Cosima should be held responsible for kidnapping Sarah and make her go back to the Misseri house, then it becomes quite hard to explain how she didn’t also participate to the actual murder. If the florist’s story is not a dream, Cosima is responsible for killing her niece.


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2023.06.06 22:26 bershia Desk Audit GS 09

I have been working as a HR Specialist at Air National Guard for 3 years, currently GS 09 step 4.
My supervisor would want to get me a GS 11 and all the leadership supports this. State HR Office said that in order to get me a "GS 11 positions without competition, a desk audit has to be conducted to show that the member is doing GS 11 level work in her current position".
All I heard about Desk audit is negative things (downgrading, taking forever). From some of my leaders, from collegues at other installations, from redditors.
We found a Standard Position Requirements Document for GS 11 position that the closest to what I do. We reviewed all the major duties, most of them I already do, and those that I don't - I'll be getting a training ASAP.
So, my question is, if I indeed do everything from Major Duties description, if my supervisor and leadership supports the upgrade, what are some things that can prevent this, that I can consider and prepare for? Also, if you can share your experience on the procedure of a desk audit, I'd greatly appreciate. From what I understand, they would interview me as well as my supervisor?
I also read about changing the duties of the job for in place non competitive promotion, me and my supervisor haven't heard about this before, so if you have experience with this, please comment!
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2023.06.06 22:21 BakedTate I was recently recruited...

My response once I realized they are a primerica affiliate... "I'm sorry I wasted your time. Now that I realize this is primerica, I'm no longer interested. I've worked for an MLM in the past (Cydcor) and was even quite successful. I enjoyed that to an extent. However, primerica's tactics are especially soul-sucking. I need a job I can be proud of, not just a paycheck. Best of luck to you!" Their response.... "Thanks for letting me know! Unfortunately, you have been misinformed. Nothing against MLMs, but we are not one. As we are a publicly traded company you can look up how we are filed with the SEC. Along with that I would consult Forbes Magazine, Dalbar, and other reputable organizations such as these to get your information about our company from. These companies do not rate “mlms”. We help people every day and are the only financial company that does not charge a penny for our service. Primerica is a ownership business opportunity and have the most 6 figures earner of any company in North America. Our average in this office is 175k a year, but that is irrelevant to all tge families we help and teach financial independency! We were voted the best life insurance company, and the only one who paid out all 9/11 death claims. You seem like such a great person as most of us here are and we are indeed very proud of what we do for people. I do respect your decision. I do wish you all the best of luck to you as well. Please be careful what you read online. Have a great day and thank you for speaking with me!"
I'm not feeling petty so I'll leave it at this.
Lol you recruited me randomly through Facebook, no mutual friends. If your offer is such an amazing career why stoop to such low recruitment practices. I was halfway tempted to go through with it anyway since I have plenty of free time. Wanted to troll them. I guess I'm just to old for this stuff now.
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2023.06.06 22:15 mozzxzzom About to lose my shit

I’ve been a pandemic induced agoraphobic since 2020. For the past year I’ve been searching for remote work to absolutely no avail. I held regional sales management positions prior to the pandemic, now I’m unable to land an interview for an entry level remote call center job. Absolute silence aside from the scumbag scammers trying to exploit me while I’m already struggling. I’m literally to a point where I’ll do almost anything for work, because the alternative is homelessness.
Is anyone else struggling similarly? Do you have suggestions or resources beyond LinkedIn, Indeed, we work remotely, rat race rebellion, etc?
Advice welcome.
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2023.06.06 22:12 Technical_Shape_6911 What am I doing wrong?

I have probably applied to over 250 jobs past two months. Both are related to the field I want to get into, related to the field I used to be in, and to fields I have never stepped foot into out of desperation. 0 replies.
I recently did a one-year program for IT network support, and have tons of experience and knowledge from my personal life. I have been told I know more than most 4-year grads in terms of computer technology, software, applications, programming, and hardware knowledge.
before this, I worked as a disability support worker for 5 years.
My resume looks fine, I have one for support worker applications and one for IT.
I just wanted a foot-in-the-door IT job like a help desk role.
I just don't know what to do here. I have been using Indeed, LinkedIn, monster, Canada job bank, fucking craigslist. Still nothing.
Any advice? Should I go find a recruiter or temp agency at this point?
Currently doing uber eats so I can afford food lmao.
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2023.06.06 22:12 dirtbandit101 Job called me for an interview after rejecting me months ago and it’s also not been posted on indeed, is this good?

I really wanted this job tbh the pay is so good I was pretty bummed when I was rejected but they said I was a good candidate and would let me know if a role came back up, though I assumed this was a generated canned response but to my surprise today they called me and asked if I was available for an interview, I’m also confused because the job still isn’t posted, it was posted before. What does this mean?
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2023.06.06 22:11 dirtbandit101 Job called me for an interview after rejecting me months ago and it’s also not been posted on indeed, is this good?

I really wanted this job tbh the pay is so good I was pretty bummed when I was rejected but they said I was a good candidate and would let me know if a role came back up, though I assumed this was a generated canned response but to my surprise today they called me and asked if I was available for an interview, I’m also confused because the job still isn’t posted, it was posted before. What does this mean?
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2023.06.06 22:04 fullfocus33 Indeed Skills Test: Should I be taking them?

I've recently started applying to jobs on Indeed, and occasionally I receive a request to take an assessment.
When looking around online, I'm hearing some mixed opinions, like lots of people just saying do not take them, and others saying that they are easy and to take them.
What do you guys think? I've heard that once you take it, if you do poorly then you can't ever retake it and get a higher grade (except maybe after like 6+months I think it was?) and that it will be on your profile for other future job applications as well.
I've also heard that the questions can be pretty confusing/badly written and have heard some people doing poorly on tests in fields they have tons of experience in. These are the two reasons I've mostly just been avoiding them, but I'm not sure if I'm making things a lot harder for myself by not doing them if they are potentially pretty simple. What do you guys recommend?
edit: also another big point is obviously that it can be pretty time consuming especially in the long run if you are trying to apply to lots of jobs and I'm not sure if its worth the time investment
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