I live in Tacoma Washington.
Judson, 23 years of living on this gravity well, spiraling around this nuclear fireball that somehow keeps us warm. Former Marine no longer a slave to Uncle Sam. Words of description: single, 'out to lunch', Malformed Public duty gland, and a deficiency in moral fiber precluding me from saving Universes. Possibly a dreamer (jury is still out). A bit rude, a bit crude, a bit into myself.
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If I do get that job out there in Savannah Georgia who wants to be my friend? I will just get a pitbull, and or a husky to be my friend. They will be my roomies.
Just got a call from an Aviation company, because I posted a resume on a Aviation website. The guy called me and was telling me about the company. Located in Savannah Georgia. Never really considered living in Georgia before, it would mean I am closer to my Aunt, the cost of living is cheaper in Savannah, and the pay that I would start out as is good enough to be comfortable… Just need to finish all the paper work for the company.
So the thing about my job in the Marine Corps, and the same type of job on the outside, is that my skills are generally transferable to any Type model Series (Aircraft of any manufacture type). Just looking at jobs at various places in the country, and the requirements for those jobs, I am thinking to myself, ‘man, I could totally do that!’
But here is the thing, this is the first time I have ever (When I say ever, I do really mean ever.) written a professional resume…
Like I know what I have done in the Marine Corps, surprisingly I have done a lot, and I still have another almost year to get what I want accomplished, accomplished…
So I am just going to put a bunch of nonsense on the piece of paper and hope someone hires me for it? I really only want a well enough paying job so that I can live in my own apartment while I finish my college degree, because that is when I will really start getting paid… Whatever we shall see what happens when I finally finish the resume.
I’ve been at this job for a little over two weeks.
How do people do this?
Work work work, look forward to two days of freedom, back to work work work.
Money is really nice to have and don’t get me wrong, I’m certainly not complaining. I’m very lucky to even have a job right now, but it’s just…..ugh.
I don’t know.
It’s better than sitting at home doing nothing and having nothing to wake up for. It’s better than being broke and having to mooch off your parents, but I still don’t understand how people do this. How do people do this for their whole lives? The same job…for years……
It is insanity I say.