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Can I put companies' writing sample exercises on my own website?

I've had a few job applications leading to interviews and phone interviews without being hired. Can I post the various writing exercises I was asked to do on my own website as samples? [more inside]
posted by ziggly on Sep 25, 2014 - 4 answers

How to deal with draconian personal trading restrictions when working in a Wall St bank

I've just accepted a job at a large Wall St bank. I have a large amount of cash to allocate at the moment and don't want to leave it in the bank earning zero interest. However, I am designated a "sensitive person" for compliance purposes in the new job and am subject to very severe restrictions on personal trading. How do people in similar situations manage their personal finances? [more inside]
posted by kramer1975 on Aug 5, 2012 - 7 answers

A modular new media portfolio.

I've decided to finally get create a portfolio modular enough so that I'll be able to reuse parts of it for at least a year or so. But how ought I go about this so as not to waste time. [more inside]
posted by monocultured on Feb 7, 2010 - 5 answers

Help me create a portfolio, quick!

I'm a writer, and I have a job interview on Tuesday afternoon. While I have my work lying around in folders on my PC (some video, some print, some flash, some radio), I haven't organized them in any meaningful, presentable way. How can I organize my work quickly into a decent portfolio that I can burn onto a CD as a leave-behind? Difficulty level - no Flash ability whatsoever, conversant with HTML.
posted by micketymoc on Oct 31, 2008 - 6 answers

This could be my first break as a web contractor!

Help me land my first web dev contract! [more inside]
posted by Null Pointer and the Exceptions on Mar 31, 2008 - 5 answers

I could tell you but then I would have to kill you.

JobSearchFilter: Let's say you are making a project portfolio and the contents of your most impressive, innovative work of the last two years is "confidential" and not meant for public, much less competitor consumption. What's the most ethical and effective way to show potential future employers what it is that you can do? [more inside]
posted by anonymous on Nov 14, 2006 - 6 answers

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