Monday, October 11, 2010

Work part 3 - The telephone interview

Part 1 - Employment History Part 2 - The Application

It went well, or at least I think it did. It's hard to judge how an interview went with such a lack of interview and work experience, but close friends and a fellow blogger have given me loads of emotional support, advice and reassurance. It's fingers crossed and hope for the best time now whilst they make their decision.

8 comments:

Veronica said...

Everything firmly crossed!

alhi said...

ooh, can't wait to hear the outcome! If you get it, hope it doesn't take from your blogging time!

Kim (frogpondsrock) said...

I have just caught up. I have everything crossed for you, and as I am not in the slightest bit bendy, it was quite tricky ;)

steph said...

Bendy

It's no harm to remind yourself of this ..."People who have chronic conditions, possess exceptional qualities. They are constantly overcoming obstacles in their everyday lives and become remarkably adept at finding solutions. This inner strength can be a great asset to society. Most employers would jump at the chance to recruit someone with these qualities."

(A Different View on Chronically Ill People (WOCZ Manifest, 1993)

Fingers crossed!

Donna said...

Absolutely agree with Steph. I'm crossing my fingers :-) And regardless of the outcome, I think that doing this shows courage and is confidence boosting in itself. Lots of luck!

Rebecca said...

Have you seen this?

http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2010/oct/10/disability-cuts-joblessness

Fire Byrd said...

Fingers crossed. It would be a great boost to get it so here's hoping that if YOU want it then the job is yours for the taking.
xx

Dave the Dog said...

I agree with Steph.
Good luck hon. x