So! It looks like my job is moving to Wayne, New Jersey. We’re currently in Kenilworth. The thing is — they can’t take me with them! Only a few employees are moving on to Wayne. So it looks like I’m looking for a job again after only ten months — not where I wanted to be! It makes me sad because I really like my coworkers (wrote two of them recommendations on LinkedIn!), everyone I work with is awesome. I also really liked doing what I did, of course… but that’s just the nature of contract work, too. Here’s to […]
At my new job I’ve had the opportunity to work from home more than a few times. I really like it. However, I also really like that I’m close enough to go into the office and physically interact with people, too. It’s the best of both, I think, in that I can work in-office and at-home. There are benefits to both.
Some tips for job interviewing and the like — on the Internet, using technology and job-search sites to search. I’m not an expert, but this is what I’ve gathered. I spent a lot of time on the Reddit r/resumes community circa early 2013 reviewing resumes. I interviewed for jobs in mid-2013 and late 2014/early 2015.