Job Hunting Sucks
Posted 18 September 2007 - 10:02 AM
Posted 18 September 2007 - 10:42 AM
Don't worry Christa, you'll find the right job!
Posted 18 September 2007 - 03:36 PM
| Originally Posted by akh |
Christa - what happened to that one that just wouldn't budge on the $$ - but otherwise seemed super excited about you, and you said it seemed like a good job? i am guessing this is the one that didn't work out. that really sucks.
| Originally Posted by DreaW |
Christa can I join the job hunting sucks boat? I hate looking for jobs....Still subbing though..
Erik started his new job today and likes it, that's good
Hmmmm, maybe my sister can help you, would you be interested in working at the corporate office of Costco...it's located in Issaquiah (sp?)
| Originally Posted by tvt |
job hunting DOES suck BIG TIME. No fun at all. I hope you find a good one; go with your gut, hopefully it knows what's right
Sorry the job hunting isn't going well. I wish I had some advice for you. Maybe just enjoy this time off because once you do get a job, that's it for time off for awhile. Not sure if that helped you or not.
| Originally Posted by Adamsgrrl |
what position are you looking for? in what field?
Posted 18 September 2007 - 03:45 PM
Or if you need to take something and realize that you can always leave! If you start a job and it's awful and the people are mean then you just quit and keep looking! Plus the grat thing is that you can continue doing freelance work for your SoCal boss...
Hang in there - and wait until you find something you actually want!
Posted 18 September 2007 - 04:27 PM
Speaking of work - I guess I better get off of here & log in to do some work for the old job
Posted 26 September 2007 - 02:08 PM
I'm stuck in that dimension where I have to weigh the cost of a short term pay cut against the benefit of chosing the right job that is offering me a great CAREER opportunity with tons of professional growth potential. AND, working in a location that has a reverse commute (huge here in Seattle). Hmmm, it sounds like I'm answering my own question as I type this.
I guess the tough part is there are three other jobs that are offering initialy higher compensation. One in particular has fantastic benis including a 30% annual bonus & profit sharing & a gym membership, my own office... So, do I go the greedy route with a solid company that I will probably be able to deal with & just have a JOB?
Ugh. It's so bad that I've started a spread sheet to compare the pros & cons.
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