Hey you! Yeah, you sitting there reading this. Hire me, please!
What about a bicycle recycler?
traveling accountant’s office
Interests: Nude Shaving
I need a job. No, I really, really
need a job. Yes, after a year and a half of globe trotting and good
living, I’m low on cash. What’s worse, my investments, which I’ve always
viewed as grad school funds and emergency cash, are not as healthy as they
once were after April’s tech stock crash and this weeks market gyrations.
Add to the low cash, low investment double whammy, the outrageous London
prices and my wallet is screaming in agony.
I want to get into Project
Management, for that’s what I did in Russia and a little bit in DC and
with my experience with this website, and my involvement with the-cake.com,
I feel I have a decent nose for what works on the web. Combining the two,
I should be a whiz at making e-projects work. Now all I have to do is
convince an employer of the same.
I can’t bring myself to add that though, for I feel it would be so
lame to have a "I enjoy writing, traveling, quality time with Jingmei,
eating, music, etc," section. Like who doesn’t? Oh, and I’m not one
to be weird enough to have an odd hobby like sky diving, knitting, or
S&M with small field animals.
I have added work I’m currently doing with the-cake to my
CV, just to show someone in the UK trusts me enough to let me run free
on a site, even though I’m not getting paid for my efforts. So I will not
miss a call, I am hooked up with 21st Century technology,
finally buying a cell phone when I knew I
would be somewhere long enough to have a use for one.
Now all I need to do is make sure my phone is ringing with job offers.
I’m not sure what else I can do, but I am getting desperate. In the UK,
most jobs are listed through recruitment agencies, so I have to double
trouble of convincing a recruiter to even submit my
CV to a company in the first place. Unfortunately for them, I’ve
thought of a way around the recruiter gatekeeper.