09/18/2002 Archived Entry: "Temporary Problem Solving"
I got a job. It was bound to happen eventually; after four months of searching I finally have a source of income, albeit temporary income. It's a temp job. I will temporarily working for the a company that is going to be very busy for a short time. I have no idea what I will be doing but I know that I will be wearing a tie while doing it (so I guess I won't be lugging boxes around).
After all the applications I filled out and all the resumes I sent out hoping to get a job as a web designer I finally get a job in a completely unrelated field. It would be a lot more of a relief if this meant that my job hunt was over; however, since this job only lasts until the end of November my job hunt must continue with the same intensity I have previously exhibited.
Well I decided that I would IM my old pal Chris Livingston of notmydesk.com and tell him to news to see what his take on the situation would be. It was as could be expected:
God, I hope this doesn't suck. I guess having money for a change is worth any amount of suck that can possibly be dished out.