Time to Find a Job

November 6th, 2007 by under Uncategorized. No Comments.

Now that I have time in my life again (although it doesn’t feel like it yet) I think most of my efforts are going to go into finding a job. A.k.a figuring out what I want to do when I graduate. I feel like everyone around me is getting offers, or at least getting second rounds and yet when people ask me what I want to do I still fumble around. I think that if I could have talked more intelligently this past weekend I could have had better conversations with employers. My goal is to just set up a plethora of informational interviews, expand my vocab and narrow down more specifically what I want to do. My two main criteria for a job at this point, make enough money to live off of and it has to be in either NYC or DC. I don’t think that is too much to ask.  In an ideal world I wouldn’t even have to interview for the job. Someone would just recommend me for a position and I would get it. I hate interviewing. It isn’t even the 30 min of questioning, the time before and the time right after is the worst part. The nerves and then the regrets. Maybe I will go into HR so I can be the one sitting on the opposite side of the table and I can make it a process that people enjoy. I have to say my interview with GE was really nice because GE knows how to train their employees to interview. It was so calming and relaxing. Just one more reason it would be nice to work for GE.

Well thats probably enough rambling at this point.

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