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Yes you can through a dealer, then you end up paying through the nose from everybodys fees and taxes. dealers pay 500.00 for the car and sell it to you at 3-4 thousand. not worth it.

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Don’t be fooled by the PTO package. You still put in extensive hours to be able to be out of the office for doctor’s appointments or staycations etc. We really don’t get much time off.

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Usually there are 3-4 stages.
1- Online take-home assessment, on programming skill. The question is about Data Structure and Algorithm
2- Technical phone interview. The interviewer will ask about your experience, OOP, Software Engineering concept, and second part of the interview will be coding. You should be comfy with Loop and simple data structure and Math questions
3- If you are not local, they will have another phone interview, similar to stage 2
4- On-site interview, there will more technical questions in depth. Overall people are friendly, and help you thru if you ask questions.

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Appropriate to the workload in order to prepare for the Auction sales. on Tuesday AM and Thursday PM.

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Driver vehicles in the CVRBay and park them in 3 straight rows, let the Inspection began and processed. Once finished and complete I remove all vehicles to the location they are assigned on the front left windshield in Acronym's I am certified to review and when confirmed correct I driver to the location the its catorgorized in view.

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No unnecessary walking, be persistent in work and safety first. Do a recall on all cars in any category for or personal and business verdict by law. If not fired, non benifts and no call law.

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$86,000 in my side of Cali.

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The lack of training and the deadlines. They would give you a stack of work to do and a deadline with little training on how to complete the work, then would get mad when the work wasn't completed on time.

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From my experience they have one manager interview you while someone from the department you are interviewing for sits in on the interview to help the manager determine if you are qualified and if they would want to work with you.

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Lititz, Pa

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