Tag Archives: job hunting
I interviewed for a great short-term teaching job the other day. I’m torn between OMG IT’S SO INTERESTING!!! I COULD LEARN SO MUCH THERE!!! and a more responsible worry that I need to stop grabbing interesting gigs and start planning steps to … Continue reading
…is turning out 1000 ~ 2000 not-quite-original words, in 6 hours, for $1. Looking someone to rewrite 100 to 200 word game news. Each 100 to 200 word game news is priced at $0.10 Please include these words in your … Continue reading
Roy: you should write for ***publication*** they are really one of the top level outlets for general audience/enthusiast tech reporting and they are looking for columnists ***link*** Meg: Oh, nice! Roy: i’m sure you have a solid application package on hand to … Continue reading
The other day, I went to a job interview pretty close to my dad’s church, and when I got out, I had a text message from my dad asking if I wanted to come by and meet for lunch. I … Continue reading
Eight or nine years ago, I worked in a diner while on a, ahem, break from college. The Pioneer Valley is full of similar college-age breakers, finding themselves, forming bands, creating art, getting that awful first novel out of the … Continue reading
I’m pretty sure ‘virile marketing’ is something else entirely.
One of my November resolutions was to need the “job hunting” tag less frequently. (New Year’s resolutions are for conformists) For the most part, that’s worked out. I have some great clients and gigs right now, and no horror stories. … Continue reading
I dropped off my CV at some places in the local mall today. It was kind of a downer, I didn’t go to 4 5 6 years of college to ring a register, but 3 classes a week doesn’t make … Continue reading
“When I was looking at job boards,” Stick told me last night, “I found a perfect job for Evil Incarnate.” Evil Incarnate is an ex-boyfriend, the one who bears striking resemblance to my love-hate struggles with Mandarin. I suppose the … Continue reading
I interviewed for a job at reading center today, and the interviewer hired me to edit her dissertation.