Going in and filling out paperwork for a part time position at a local bookstore chain. Hopefully, I'll be able to wrangle up a full-time position soon, but in the meantime, at least it's a bit of income. Going to be far less able to do the fun things over the next few months, though.
At least some of them do. I applied for a position at Advance America, and received an email saying that they'd narrowed the applicants down, and I wasn't in anymore. At least that's something. Unlike US Bank...
Just touched base with the shoe store I still hadn't heard any more from, despite a promising interview. Apparently, they aren't considering me, because they don't allow men to have hair longer than their collars, and mine is almost to my belt. I didn't notice a similar restriction in the female dress code when they showed it to me, so I'm thinking that's sexual discrimination...
Agreed, not to mention potentially religious discrimination. And seriously, they're not considering you on account of hair? Discrimination aside, they could at least ask if you'd be willing to cut it, it's not like hair length is the same as having lots of tattoos.
Well, only two weeks until my store closes. Got no current job prospects with the company (I applied for, and got to second interview stage for, a job an hour and a half away, but it went to someone else, which isn't entirely a surprise to me). Almost nothing coming up for the area I'm in. Just got a part time job I'll barely be making anything at, and no other job prospects right now. So much fun.
Meh, this week has been nuts. I worked 11:45 to 745 last Sunday to Monday morning, then got called to work 3:45- 11:45 because someone else was sick. Then someone else called saying they were too sick to do rounds so they'd come in and head the desk. Considering that'd be unfair to the other guy, I told them to stay home and I worked that shift. Slept all day on Tuesday and pulled two more third shifts.
... Did I mention I'm a security guard now? I forget who I've told. ^.^;
Also the place where I've been posted hasn't paid me for all the days that I worked so I'm skeptical if I'll even get all that money. -.-
In short, I've been kinda overworked. sweatdrop
So the question is.... is it better to be without a job or have so many hours of work, you wanna collapse when you're off-duty?
Music technology. Yea, have FAFSA Helping me pay for school itself, and my parents are helping me for now, but I had a job during all of college. I have not landed a single job or internship in my time at NYU and I feel worthless for it.