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Tuesday, November 08, 2005

Jobs Update

I've just been invited back for a second interview for the job in Bath. Yay!

There was only supposed to be one interview, but apparently we were all so brilliant they want 4 of us back on Thursday to meet the team, go through some extra stuff, etc.

Still don't know if I can afford to take it if they offer it to me, but I'm going to try and get it anyway.


  • At Tuesday, November 08, 2005 10:00:00 pm, Blogger it's all about me said…

    Mrs A! That's fantastic! Hope it goes well.

  • At Tuesday, November 08, 2005 11:47:00 pm, Blogger OldOldLady Of The Hills said…

    Much Good Good luck, Mrs. A..or we say in the theatre, "Break A Leg"!

    THanks for the info on how to post be honest, It's a little bit like greek to me, but I'm hoping a friend might help me figure it out! I know I sound really stupid, but....there is so very much to learn and I asm OLD!!(lol)..but, I dearly thank you!
    Is Bath far from where you live?

  • At Wednesday, November 09, 2005 12:46:00 am, Anonymous Piggy and Tazzy said…

    Congrats! Even more congrats if you get it.

    But why are you going for it if you're unsure if you can afford to take it?

    The salary is always one of the first things I look at.

  • At Wednesday, November 09, 2005 7:40:00 am, Blogger Juggling Mother said…

    OOL - Bath is about 1 1/2 hours drive or 1 hour on the train (when they work), so it's stretching the commute I would like, but it's a good job....

    P&T - the salary is pretty much the right figure for my experience, it's a question of whether I can offord to go back to FT work at all, with three kids care to pay for! I went PT from home origninally because two kids would cost me 80% of my take home pay, but I'm really fed up with staying at home now, so I'm trying to work out alternative arrangements.

  • At Wednesday, November 09, 2005 1:11:00 pm, Blogger Juggling Mother said…

    OOL - Mr a had to teach me how to put links in to a post & I've been on a couple of HTML courses! He also set up my blogger account for me (although I expect I could've worked it out myself), and I haven't even got the excuse of being old:-)

    Well done for keeping young & technologically aware enough to blog.

    The problem with trying to teach someone how to write HTML in a comment is that if you write it properly, they can't see it!

    if you want to put permenent links on your side bar, the easiest way is to "blogroll" them & let that do all the work. Click on the "powered by blogrolling" link on my sidebar & register with them.

  • At Saturday, November 12, 2005 8:57:00 pm, Blogger used*to*be*me* said…

    Oh good luck! I know how horrible the search can be!. PS - I'm here from Michele's


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