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How do I handle coworkers who are trying very hard to figure out my age?When I was 16 and 17, I wasn’t in school (I dropped out of high school), and I worked in full-time jobs where I either lied about my age, or told the truth and they just didn’t care. People who I worked with were, on average, twice my age - and very often three times my age, or even older.Amazingly, though, no one asked questions at first. I looked like a fresh-faced kid out of university who must have been somewhere in his twenties. Like your typical person with Aspergers, I behaved like someone who was a lot older than I really was, which helped to draw attention away from my age. For instance, I spoke in an advanced way, wasn’t really interested in things that most adolescents would be into (e.g. video games, partying, etc.), and managed to exude a certain level of intellect and competency to the point that people just interacted with me for a matter of minutes or seconds, and concluded “he’s probably a new grad we just hired”. Nothing really seemed unusual to them, so my age was never an area of questioning, or even interest for anybody.But eventually, some things came to the surface that basically revealed that there’s no way I was in my thirties, twenties, or even an adult for that matter. For example…“We’re going to the bar, wanna join us?”“Uhhhh, I don’t drink”“What kind of car do you drive?”“I don’t drive”“What university did you go to?”“I didn’t go to university”“Have you got a house? An apartment?”“I live with my parents”I successfully dodged revealing my age for a really long time. But the issue with doing that is you can’t avoid your coworkers. Their curiosity is going to persist, their attempts to put together the puzzle will become a more orchestrated effort, and eventually, they’re going to at least narrow down your age range, if not figure it out exactly.Just to mess with people before they could ever figure it out, I told them I was anything from 25 to 35 years old. No one doubted me for even a second. I wasn’t even old enough to vote yet, and all my friends were still in high school.The point is this… if people want to find out your age, they’ll do it somehow. Whether that’s drawing a conclusion with scattered bits of information that you gave them, creeping your social media, or even straight-up going to HR and asking for your birth year. Curiosity is an extremely powerful force - and I can tell you from experience that trying to hide your age from your coworkers is a futile mission.This picture was taken in 2009, when I was 17. I was working at a software company at the time, and that’s where I had the most fun dodging the age questions. I seriously can’t believe people thought I was 35…
How do I get a food license in Mumbai?Mumbai city is very well known by “foodies”. There are various Stalls, Hawkers, Shops, Restaurants and much more food-related business in Mumbai. Here in Mumbai, a number of economic class people reside who all prefer having roadside food which is quite cost-effective for them. But on the other hand, lot more people in Mumbai avoid having this street food who belongs to the upper class and the one who are conscious about their hygiene.Yes, it is quite obvious to look after our health, as it’s our primary concern. The quality of food which they provide is very poor, and unpleasant, which really affect consumers health. Looking after all these things, the government has introduced the FSSAI license, and it is made necessary to have this license for every food-related business.They make sure whether the food is appropriate to consume or not. As a Mumbaikar, I have been noticing that there are several such stalls and food shops who are running their business without carrying this license. But, this license will surely help you if you have a food business, it will maintain the transparency between the seller and the consumers.FSSAI license which means Food Safety and Standard Authority of India.FSSAI license vary as per the business and an annual turnover of the firm or consultancy, and there are three types of FSSAI licenses which are as below:Basic LicenseThe basic license is done for transporters, hawkers, sellers, small shops, roadside stalls, In short, the one who expects the turnover under 12 lakh rupees. This license can go for small-scale industries.State LicenseState license should be done by the one who expects to have the annual turnover above 12 lakh rupees and up to 20 crore rupees, people such as distributors, marketers, restaurants, etcCentral LicenseThe central license should be done for the people who have an elite business and expects the annual turnover above rupees 20 crores, it is also possible for them to spread their business all over.Nowadays, several online and offline ways are introduced to get this license registered. There are several online services who provide the best support. I would like to share my experience when I needed a food license for my restaurant. I was really very confused to find an appropriate way to get registered with this license. I have asked many of my friends for the same concern as well as I have researched online to find out the best way. And there are few of the consultants whose service are really extraordinary. I would like to mention their name.1) LegalDocsAs my friend Mr. Neil explained about this consultancy, I am quite satisfied with his view, because I believe that LegalDocs is the one who really provides the service very well and charges very less comparing to others. Even though they are an upcoming or startup consultancy, they make sure that the documents signNow within 3 - 4 days. It can be said that it is cost as well as time efficient. Please visit this website by clicking here LegalDocs2)FSSAI Food LicenseI have experienced that their service is good but it is a little costly, they provide the same service but you have to spend a little more expensive here. Please visit this website by clicking here FSSAI Food License.3) Legal RaastaLegal Raasta is one of the leading consultants for providing legal documents, but the process is a little slow as compared to the other two. Even it is highly expensive. Please visit this website by clicking here Legal RaastaI hope the shared information is enough to find a better consultant for you. You can search for an online website which will surely help you to resolve your concerns. If you find any more issues I will be pleasured answer them.
If you purchase a rental property how much profit would you lose if you let a property management firm manage it?Property management companies charge between 7 and 10 percent of the rents that they collect. The service that they provide is advertising, pre-qualify prospective renters on the phone, showing the property to qualified renters. Selecting the right tenant, filling out rental application forms, doing credit and reference checks, filling out lease agreements, collecting security deposits and maintaining a TRUST account. Doing a walk through report with the tenant on possession date. Getting the tenant to sign an acknowledgement form for keys received and property found to be in good condition . Collecting 12 post dated cheques which are deposited regularly on the first day of each month and transferring those rents to landlords account for mortgage payments . Taking calls from those tenants for repairs and maintenance during their tenancy as and when they come up. Arrange for trades people to go and take care of the tenants repairs and maintenance issues. Make payments to the trades people. Collect invoices from trades people and maintaining an expenditure journal for the landlord. Doing a check out report and billing the tenant for damage done by the tenant. Reimbursing the security deposit to the tenant after deducting money for damages.Finally rerenting the place.As a landlord you'll pay 7 to 10 percent for all those services plus the money for repairs and maintenance that could vary tremendously based on age and location of the property. The property manager may even bill you a little bit over and above what he pays for the renovations or may collect a small commission from the trades people.Hope I've answerd your question.
How did Robert Frost get recruited for NASA?NASA doesn't need to recruit. They get most of their new hires via their co-op program (NASA Pathways). Students apply for co-op placement via the co-op office at their university. Co-ops receive semester long positions at a NASA center, either in the summer or during the fall or spring semesters. They usually do two or three of these rotations, and then, if they performed well, they receive a full time placement after graduation.I didn't even know there was such a program, while I was in university, so that's not how I got to NASA.During my final semester, one of my design team members disappeared for a few days. When he returned, he told me he'd been at NASA applying for a contractor position as an astronaut instructor for the ISS program. I wasn't aware such a thing existed, but it sounded like the ideal job for me. So, I visited the website of the new contractor that had been formed to provide operations for the STS and ISS programs, a company called United Space Alliance (USA). I submitted an application. They called me at my office in the Humanities Tutoring Center, the next morning and asked me to fly out for an interview and said they'd arrange a flight, hotel, and rental car.A week later, I was sitting in a huge room with 600 other applicants. There was a line of small booths set up and in each was a manager for a group. From the list of 600 names, they'd call out the ones they were interested in talking to. You'd go to that booth and be interviewed and then return to your seat and wait to see if another group called out your name or if an HR person would call your name to make an offer. I interviewed for the robotics group and for the avionics group and then accepted the offer from the avionics group.Eight years later, I was able to take advantage of the other way NASA hires. Operations for Shuttle was almost exclusively done by USA and they provided most of the people for ISS, too. Each group might have 10 USA employees, 2 NASA employees, and a NASA group lead. Those two NASA positions were usually filled via the co-op program, but once in a while, NASA would get permission from the government to open a position for an experienced person. Experienced contractors would apply, and if one was selected that person would undergo a badge conversion. I was fortunate enough to be one of those people. I swapped my USA badge for a NASA badge, but little else changed. I kept the same desk, the same phone number, and the same tasks, I just filled out a different timecard system and no longer had a contractor boss.
What is the apartment rental process?The Rental Application ProcessAfter hours of looking at apartments online and in person, you’ve finally found the one. It’s exactly what you’re looking for in terms of price, size, amenities and location, and you want to fill out the application so you can get approved immediately.If it’s your first time renting an apartment, though, the rental application process may be a little different than you imagined. Applying for the apartment is a lengthy procedure with several steps that both you and your potential landlord will need to take. For first-time renters, here’s what you can expect the rental application process to look like:Filling Out the ApplicationThe first step, of course, is filling out the rental application. In more urban areas, it’s usually a good idea to do this as soon as possible after finding your desired apartment, since landlords will continue showing it until someone has officially applied.Don’t let your first choice apartment get swept out from under you! On the application you should expect to include all of your personal information, including either a social security or driver’s license number, along with employment information and references.Application FeeApplying for an apartment also generally comes along with a few different fees, some refundable and some not.Depending on the landlord and building, you’ll have to pay an application fee, a processing fee and sometimes a security deposit. Expect to pay as much as $100 or more per person just to apply for an apartment in some areas.Proof of IncomeMost landlords include an area on the application for your monthly income, and they will almost always require you to provide proof.It’s a good idea to bring two or three recent pay stubs along when looking at or applying for apartments so you have that proof on hand. Some will accept a W-2 form as proof instead of pay stubs as long as you’ve held the job for more than a year.Most landlords and building managers also call your employer for proof of employment, and may ask questions about you personally and your salary. Many companies don’t answer those questions for legal reasons, but it’s a possibility.Credit CheckWhen applying for the apartment, you’ll also have to give the landlord permission to check your credit. The credit check is really important for landlords because it gives them an idea of how financially responsible you are.If you don’t have credit or have really new credit, it’s a lot harder for them to get a feel for your dependability, so it’s a good idea to talk to them about it at the time of application. They may ask you to provide a co-signer or depend solely on your roommate’s credit.Background CheckThe criminal background check is another thing that your landlord will need your authorization for. Landlords check your criminal history and will show your landlords your criminal history, again to get an idea of your personality and dependability.There is also usually a spot on the application to explain any felonies on your record, so make sure to fill that section out in your own words if you have any.Landlord ReferencesMost landlords and building managers will do an extensive check on your rental history by speaking to your past landlords. If this is your first time renting, you won’t have any past landlords and they’ll have to rely only on your personal references.Provide references outside of your family, like college professors and employers, so that they’ll be able to give the landlord an idea of your work ethic, responsibility and other important character traits.Co-signer ApplicationCo-signers or guarantors are people who sign the lease with you, saying they take legal responsibility for covering your rent if you can’t. Providing a co-signer is a good idea if you’re a first-time renter for a lot of reasons.For one, if you don’t have a rental history, landlords won’t have any information about how dependable you are with rent or if you’ve caused damage before.Landlords may also request a co-signer if you have poor credit or if your income isn’t more than three times the cost of the rent – that’s a pretty typical income rule that landlords use.LeaseIf your rental application gets approved, you’ll then be able to sign the lease!Everyone living in the apartment will have to be present to sign the lease, and the co-signer will need to sign their own agreement as well. The lease covers expectations for the term (typically apartments are rented out for 12 months at a time), rent, pets, maintenance, subleasing and a variety of other aspects of renting.Expect the lease-signing process to take awhile, since you’ll be covering so much ground. You’ll also most likely have to pay the first month’s rent and any move-in fees or security deposits required by your landlord and the building.
How can I get a driving licence in Bangalore?I will summarise the entire process of getting a driving licence in Bangalore. Without Broker / agent or any driving school. Before starting, here is the checklist:No matter wherever you are in Bangalore, choose KR Puram RTO (https://goo.gl/maps/fKCEV) for getting your driving licence. Personnels there are a thousand times more civilised and honest than others. I visited Koramangala RTO first, which is ruined by agents and corrupt officials.You'll first need to apply for learning driving licence. After one month, you can apply for permanent driving licence.You would need an age proof and address proof, along with corresponding originals documents.Common age proofs- 10th class marksheet or PAN card. Address Proof is complicated. If you are an outsider, staying in a rented apartment, then you would compulsorily need 2 address proofs, both for your local address as well as your permanent address.Local address proof- A rental agreement carrying your name as "tenant" and your landlord's name as "owner", along with electricity bill in your owner's name will suffice. Visit Kormangala's BDA complex (https://goo.gl/maps/aeunM) to get your rental agreement for about Rs 170/-Permanent Address proof- Your Voter card or Passport mentioning your permanent address would suffice. If you are a localite, i.e, your permanent address is same as local address, then only permanent address alone will suffice. Check this page for comprehensive list on address and age proofs- https://sarathi.nic.in:8443/nrpo...You would need a few passport sized photographs.Preparations (Location- Your home)You'll first need to fill an online form for licence. Its a PDF form, that generates an application number. It only works in Windows with IE and signNowr reader. Mac wont work, Ubuntu wont work, http://browserstack.com wont work. I used a VM created in Parallels (on Mac) to create the following cheapest possible environment (in terms of memory and labour required) that works - 1) Windows XP service Pack 3, 2) Internet Explorer 7.0.5730.133) signNow Reader 9.4.0 (Old Version of signNow Reader 9.4.0 Download - OldApps.com - 26.35 Mbs).Open IE and visit http://www.rto.kar.nic.in . Click on "License e-Services". Hopefully you'll be taken to https://sarathi.nic.in:8443/nrpo... (if they dont change the port number, etc). Accept any security confirmation if prompted.Click on "Issue of a Learning Licence to me" which should take to https://sarathi.nic.in:8443/UF/p... . Enable signNow's browser plugin to render this PDF on IE. You should get a form like:If you have to apply for both 2 wheeler and Car, check (2) "MOTOR CYCLE WITH GEAR (NON TRANSPORT)-(MCWG )" and (4) "LMV-NT-CAR-(LMV )"After filling the complete form, click on "Submit". You should see this message:Note down the application number. Now go back to homepage and click "Print Application Form" https://sarathi.nic.in:8443/nrpo.... Fill details, save and print the form. Stick your photo.Buy a brown paper folder with ribbon (compulsory). Collate the application form as printed in step 9, Age Proof, Permanent address proof and Local address proof (if applicable). Tie all papers with the ribbon, and write your name, application number and date of birth on top of the folder.Exam preparations. You'll be asked 5-10 random questions on traffic signs (maybe oral or written). Prepare these 3 sections:Mandatory Signs - http://www.rto.kar.nic.in/signs/...Cautionary Signs - http://www.rto.kar.nic.in/signs/... Informatory Signs - http://www.rto.kar.nic.in/signs/... Do prepare them well. You will be rejected if you dont pass the oral exam. (I was rejected, then I had to re-appear the next day.)We are now set to visit KR Puram RTO.In-Person Visit (Location- KR Puram RTO, Time 9:30am)Try to visit RTO before 10am. You'll finish the entire procedure in less than 20 mins.Visit the Challan counter (counter "3", if they didn't change it), submit your brown folder, with application number. You need to pay Rs 30 for each vehicle type. For Car + Bike pay only 60/- (Carry change. They refused to accept my 100 rupee note.) Tie the challan on top of other pages.Visit 1st floor. The signing officer will tally your originals with Xeroxes and approve the documents if found in order.Visit room number 2, for the Oral/written exam. The RTO inspector will ask you to explain 5-10 random signs. If you pass the exam, he'll approve your file and keep it with himself.If you fail the exam, dont panic. Your folder will be returned back to you and you'll need to re-appear for exam, the very next day. Before appearing for exam, you'll need to re-visit the signing officer (step 3). He'll stamp your file with new date. Then you can proceed for your exam.Visit after 2 working days after 3pm. Carry your ID proof. The inspector will search you file, stick your photos and handover you learning licences (2 A4 sheets- one for Car, another for geared 2-wheeler). Total cost- Rs 60/- Total RTO Visits required- 2Time Invested- 4-5 hours (including form filling and visits)I have not completed 1 month yet, so haven't appeared for Permanent licence. Will update the answer once I do so.