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    Moderator littlehud's Avatar
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    Maybe it was not meant to be. I'm sure there is a reason. About a year ago I wanted to apply for a management job where I work . It didn't work out and four months ago they laid off all but the top two of our managers. It turned out to be a good thing I didn't get that job. May be the same for you.

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    I did it, I took a quilt with me today. Fortunately most of the guys took today off so I didn't get made fun of! And I was warm, for the most part. :D

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    Sending positive energy that you get what you need. :lol:
    I work part time at my church, and my hours were cut! :lol: gives me more time to quilt! :lol: :lol:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kj05
    But I guess I would've been better off if I had added some fluff to it.
    Those "tests" bite me in the butt every time. I have NEVER gotten a job after taking one, because they are geared to finding sheep who will never have an original thought in their heads. Then, they get all agitated and spend money telling the sheep to "think outside the box" when they were hired because they DON'T!!!

    I started another job this month for less pay than I made 20 years ago. I am grateful to have it, and I know that after 2 years of searching, it is not a perfect job, but it is good enough for now. Every job opening has hundreds of applicants in this area, and employers can be as choosey as they want to be.


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    Say, wish me luck on Tuesday. I got called back for a second interview for a part-time position. My Census job ran dry and I haven't worked but 6 hours this whole week!!! Looks like beans and rice for me!! lol

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    I have an interview on Friday!

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    Sending good thoughts your way. I am also still looking for a full time job. I have a part time job where I am working like 4 to 6 hrs a week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by henryparrish76
    Sending good thoughts your way. I am also still looking for a full time job. I have a part time job where I am working like 4 to 6 hrs a week.
    Thanks! I hope you can find find something!

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    Thanks.

    What is the interview on Friday for?

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    It's essentially a mapping position using CAD, microstation, and GIS.

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