Things are looking up on the job search.

I have an interview this Wednesday that I’m pretty upbeat about. If I get it I’ll actually end up back at the company that originally laid me off over a year ago, but back to doing what I was doing originally instead of what they later decided I should be doing. Strangely enough the fact that they’re already familiar with me and my work means this is probably my best bet for finding something before I’m let go from my current position.

Which just goes to show that life is cyclic sometimes. Not that I’ll complain if I get the job because working is better than not working, at least until I can manage to win a lottery or have a long lost rich Aunt with no apparent heirs die and leave me tons of money.

13 thoughts on “Things are looking up on the job search.

  1. This is true. Sat through two pay cuts without complaining (much anyway) because I liked the job. Hopefully this time around won’t be a repeat of last time.

  2. because I liked the job.

    Doing a job you like is so much less stressful than the other.
    Hope you get it, Les. smile

  3. working is better than not working

    Are you high? Why would anyone want a job? It’s no fun, the pay is relatively poor, and it’s risky.

    Oh well, to each his own, and to everyone else, something different.

  4. Bob asks…

    Are you high? Why would anyone want a job? It’s no fun, the pay is relatively poor, and it’s risky.

    It’s not that I want a job, it’s that I need a job. I’m a bit of a materialist and things cost money so I need to work to buy what I need as well as the toys I use to amuse myself with.

    Trust me, if I were to win the lottery or come into wealth in some other manner the last thing I’d do is continue working. I have enough projects/video games/places I’d like to visit/things I’d like to do to keep me busy enough if I already had enough money to live comfortably with.

  5. they keep asking people “if you won the lottery would your life change?”
    what are they – fuckin nuts?

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