meeps

Ugh, didn’t sleep much last night. and when I did it wasn’t good. Kept fretting about money (lack of) and this stupid interview for a crappy job today at 4.

This is not where I thought I’d end up after studying so hard at university.

Really quite nervous about the interview, not so much about the interview itself, but more frightened that I might get it and then go mad selling insurance. Yeah yeah, they SAID it’s not cold-calling, but we all know that is always such a lie when it comes to phoning poor unsuspecting members of the public when they are relaxing of an evening. If I do get this job I am so going to Hell, but dammit I NEED the cash.

Another thing that worries me is that the company is another annoying place that makes you give a months notice for a weeks holiday, that is not good when I will be wanting to see Vile. Aargh.

Got a feeling I’m going to have car parking issues too. Pants! The prospect of having to catch a bus there and back every day if I do get it does not fill me with glee. The hours are 3-9pm so a wait for the 1 bus an hour to turn up, and then an hour long ride home at night sucks. Why can’t things just fall into place nicely for once?!

And to cap it off I can’t find the application form I’m supposed to fill in and take with me today. Racing around madly, I have found a couple, but why on earth don’t companies seem to put their names on these useless forms?!! I can’t tell which one’s which! Aargh. Filled them in and am going to have to hope that I catch sight of one of theirs at the interview so I know which one to hand in, assuming it’s either of them! Feck! And really, what is the point of regurgitating all the info from my CV, which they also want, onto a dumb form? Sadism I think.

Aaargh!

[whoo! (ETA2)2 = 6 days | phew]

8 Responses to meeps

  1. missbumpkin February 3, 2003 at 6:25 am #

    Listen to your friend…

    If this job is going to make you really unhappy DON’T get it. Sabotage your interview then come and help me. You know it makes sense! Never do something you really hate. It’ll ruin your health and make you miserable.

    Great big hugs and an evil wink!
    xxx

  2. missbumpkin February 3, 2003 at 6:25 am #

    Listen to your friend…

    If this job is going to make you really unhappy DON’T get it. Sabotage your interview then come and help me. You know it makes sense! Never do something you really hate. It’ll ruin your health and make you miserable.

    Great big hugs and an evil wink!
    xxx

  3. nollipop February 3, 2003 at 11:23 am #

    What she said…

    And also:

    It may seem demoralising to be in a crappy call centre job, but just keep in mind that it’s NOT going to be forever and there are still worse jobs out there you could be forced into taking.

    The travel issues could be a major problem though.

    Obviously, a crap job is made even less attractive if you feel that you are wasting half your life on public transport. I couldn’t do mine if it wasn’t literally 5 mins walk up the road…

    If worst comes to the worst: see what it’s like and then tell them where to shove it!!

  4. nollipop February 3, 2003 at 11:24 am #

    What she said…

    And also:

    It may seem demoralising to be in a crappy call centre job, but just keep in mind that it’s NOT going to be forever and there are still worse jobs out there you could be forced into taking.

    The travel issues could be a major problem though.

    Obviously, a crap job is made even less attractive if you feel that you are wasting half your life on public transport. I couldn’t do mine if it wasn’t literally 5 mins walk up the road…

    If worst comes to the worst: see what it’s like for a week and then tell them where to shove it!!

  5. g3m February 3, 2003 at 11:30 am #

    I agree babe!
    I was going to go for the Call Centre job due to the fact that my money needs were so dire and desperate! However Greg and I decided it would be better to hang on for a little longer for something a better as I am so fed up with call Centre stuph!

    The Council gave me a job hun, I’m sure they could find you something even better!
    You should go for an interview there, I’m sure you’d shine! 🙂

    *hugs*

    gem xxx

  6. nollipop February 3, 2003 at 11:23 am #

    What she said…

    And also:

    It may seem demoralising to be in a crappy call centre job, but just keep in mind that it’s NOT going to be forever and there are still worse jobs out there you could be forced into taking.

    The travel issues could be a major problem though.

    Obviously, a crap job is made even less attractive if you feel that you are wasting half your life on public transport. I couldn’t do mine if it wasn’t literally 5 mins walk up the road…

    If worst comes to the worst: see what it’s like and then tell them where to shove it!!

  7. nollipop February 3, 2003 at 11:24 am #

    What she said…

    And also:

    It may seem demoralising to be in a crappy call centre job, but just keep in mind that it’s NOT going to be forever and there are still worse jobs out there you could be forced into taking.

    The travel issues could be a major problem though.

    Obviously, a crap job is made even less attractive if you feel that you are wasting half your life on public transport. I couldn’t do mine if it wasn’t literally 5 mins walk up the road…

    If worst comes to the worst: see what it’s like for a week and then tell them where to shove it!!

  8. g3m February 3, 2003 at 11:30 am #

    I agree babe!
    I was going to go for the Call Centre job due to the fact that my money needs were so dire and desperate! However Greg and I decided it would be better to hang on for a little longer for something a better as I am so fed up with call Centre stuph!

    The Council gave me a job hun, I’m sure they could find you something even better!
    You should go for an interview there, I’m sure you’d shine! 🙂

    *hugs*

    gem xxx

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