This Job Search is Hell

The 5 hours worth of interviews that I did last week–all for nothing. They have decided not to fill the position at this time, but rather to restructure it.

So, it seems that even though I was expected to be able not only to make a case for myself as a candidate, but also to make a case for the job existing at all, I failed in some way on both counts.

What a nightmare this. It feels like this will never end.

I can’t believe I have to jump through all these insane hoops, and for what? For people who won’t hire, who don’t know what they want, and who are openly rude and dismissive.

In all honesty, I think I dodged a bullet. But it doesn’t feel like it, because I am so tired of temping, so bored, and so, so broke.

But this also means that of the 4 interviews I had in September, none worked out. This is insane.


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