on Sep 24, 2007 @ 02:36 pm|
Now hopefully my degree will prove useful in finding work! lol I actually have someone I need to email in the next day or two about a job. It would be something I'd really enjoy doing and would be a step toward my dream job too. I'll post more details on what the job is later on after I've contacted this guy about it... don't want to jinx myself. :p
I'm just happy to be done with school... not so happy about entering the working world lol but no more exams is a wonderful thing!
|congrats! on Sep 24, 2007 @ 03:11 pm|
Nice work, Feisty!! I think you'll LOVE the working world. When I finally nixed school (Kindergarten until 26 years old) I was soooo relieved. No more tests. No more papers. No more homework. Now, in the working world, you get challenged, but in an arena that is meaningful and (hopefully) something somewhat dear to you. And the best part ... when you leave work, work stays at work!!
Of course, this is my experience. Some people work from home. Still others may be in a career that doesn't jive for them. But overall, being done w/ school is fabulous!!
Ali de Bold
|Congratulations!! on Sep 24, 2007 @ 05:44 pm|
Way to go on finishing your degree! I'm nearly done myself and can't wait for that relief!
I totally agree with Spotty. Having worked in the "real world" and now being back in school I agree working is a lot more fun. You can apply yourself in an area you enjoy and get paid for it. Of course we've all had jobs we've hated but if career satisfaction is important to you you'll find a way to get there.
And like Spotty said, work generally stays at work - unless of course you start your own business in which case your work becomes your life. But most jobs you can go home after a long day and just do whatever the heck you want. Enjoy!
|Can't wait until I'm done! on Sep 26, 2007 @ 09:39 pm|
This is a bit of a stressful week for me, and it's not even midterms yet!
Goodness 4 years seems like a looonnnngggg time.