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rknechtel
Level 5

Applying for jobs

I am a lawyer. When I apply for jobs I am told I need to add my license. I have done that and it has been verified. I am given no options for moving to the next step to actually apply. I keep getting a add your license screen, yet I see my license verification. Any suggestions?

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Moderator
Moderator

Re: Applying for jobs

@rknechtel I'm seeing that you have a few new leads to respond to as well as the option to quote on some projects in the Opportunities section. Neither are showing me a prompt about adding licensing, and I see that your profile does have a verified license included. Can you possibly add a screenshot via desktop to show us where exactly you're running into this? If not you may want to contact support

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rknechtel
Level 5

Re: Applying for jobs

Screenshot_20200108-105917_Thumbtack Pro.jpgAfter clicking "view opportunity"Screenshot_20200108-105932_Thumbtack Pro.jpgIt then goes hereScreenshot_20200108-105946_Thumbtack Pro.jpgIt then takes me here

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Moderator

Re: Applying for jobs

@rknechtel thank you for those screenshots. It looks like your license is for Michigan. For jobs in Florida, we require a license in that state to respond to certain services. Because this job in particular is in Florida, you will need to have a license in Florida in order to quote on this job. 

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rknechtel
Level 5

Re: Applying for jobs

I understand your position. As a point of reference: USPTO trademark registration is a matter of federal law. An attorney licensed in any state and competent in trademark law can assist no matter the state of residence of the client. In my almost 30 year career I estimate that less than 10 percent of my clients have been from Michigan. I have a national IP practice.

rknechtel
Level 5

Re: Applying for jobs

After some reflection, partially based upon our message exchange today, and considering my practice, I do not think Thumbtack is right for me. Thank you for letting me join. 

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Moderator

Re: Applying for jobs

@rknechtel we'd hate to lose you over this situation. If you'd like to discuss your account with us and get clarification on anything, we'd be happy to have a conversation with you. Just give us a call at 800-948-2034.

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