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#1 May 10 2013 at 8:18 AM Rating: Excellent
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I mean, uh, I'm graduating!

Smiley: yippee

At 2:30 PM today, I'll officially have this. (Oh hey, they've updated the website.) It's kind of a hybrid graduate MIS/MBA. Got ranked 14th in the country last year, to our surprise.

Two years, several thousand miles of commuting to the next big town over (ironic since the actual main campus is four miles away from here), and a $20,000 loan because even though tuition was fairly reasonable, it was still more than I had saved up.

Now, I do need to find a better (read: higher paying) job, and the issue I'm facing is that everything I'm qualified for and want to do is in ATL, meaning I'll have to move or commute. So I'm focusing on remote jobs and stuff within the university. Maybe I'll get lucky.

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Congratz on your very expensive piece of paper. Smiley: smile
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#5 May 10 2013 at 8:47 AM Rating: Good
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Wow - Congrats! Smiley: clap

What kind of job are you hoping to land?
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#6 May 10 2013 at 8:49 AM Rating: Excellent
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Do you do dishes?
So is it sexist for you to have asked that, or to not know the answer is yes?
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Pretty sure that's not where you are supposed to stick it.
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Pretty sure that's not where you are supposed to stick it.

Everyone has their own kinks.

Also, grats on the thingy! Smiley: yippee

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Elinda, Goblin in Disguise wrote:
Wow - Congrats! Smiley: clap

What kind of job are you hoping to land?



My focus was on the documentation and project management aspects of it, but I'm also quite happy with formal systems analysis.

If I'm lucky, I'll get the Windows System Principal job I applied for (since it's local.)
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Elinda, Goblin in Disguise wrote:
Wow - Congrats! Smiley: clap

What kind of job are you hoping to land?



My focus was on the documentation and project management aspects of it, but I'm also quite happy with formal systems analysis.

If I'm lucky, I'll get the Windows System Principal job I applied for (since it's local.)


Good luck. You're employed now, I take it? That will make this process a **** of a lot less stressful than it would have been otherwise.

Also, GRATS!
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I'm quitting my current job next week :P

Fortunately, the husband makes enough that I only really work because I want to.
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#14 May 11 2013 at 11:34 PM Rating: Good
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Wait... want to work? I mean, I can understand wanting to keep yourself busy, and the extra income surely can't hurt, but to only work because you want to? Well, that must be a **** enjoyable job.
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Well, I have a roof over my head, food to eat, and all my basic expenses met. Without a second income, we'll be fine, although our vacations won't be to crazy places like Tokyo or Amsterdam.

But my car is from 1997 and I like performance PCs. New cars and gaming systems don't get paid unless I'm the one that does it. And I like going on crazy vacations.

So, I work.
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I can't understand anyone who skips the cutscenes of a Final Fantasy game. That's like going to Texas and not getting barbecue.

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Well, I have a roof over my head, food to eat, and all my basic expenses met. Without a second income, we'll be fine, although our vacations won't be to crazy places like Tokyo or Amsterdam.

But my car is from 1997 and I like performance PCs. New cars and gaming systems don't get paid unless I'm the one that does it. And I like going on crazy vacations.

So, I work.

It's also wise to be out in the work-a-day world keeping your skills honed.
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Very true. After my father passed away in 2002, for two years my mother was basically helpless. She didn't know how to run the house, pay the bills, or do anything, since my father had done all of that. We had the help of a very good compassionate banker that set up everything to be done automatically (before that was really the norm like it is today), and she set about hiring a handyman to take care of the rest of the house... We should have screened that more thoroughly since he's the one that went berserk and killed her two years later. Same tragic story you hear every week. Smiley: frown

Anyway, you're right, I need to keep my own work record good because while working is not a necessity for me today, that may not always be the case.
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We should have screened that more thoroughly since he's the one that went berserk and killed her two years later. Same tragic story you hear every week. Smiley: frown
Wait wut?
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We should have screened that more thoroughly since he's the one that went berserk and killed her two years later. Same tragic story you hear every week. Smiley: frown
Wait wut?


Yeah my family drama reads like a game of Clue. Smiley: frown He's in jail for 150 years now with no chance of probation - he narrowly escaped the death penalty due to a plea bargain.
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On a happier note, I have a Serious Job Interview for the first time since graduation. It's over the phone since HR for the company is in Montana, but the actual job is in an office about four miles from my house.

I don't want to jinx it because this is pretty much my dream job, but wish me luck!
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It's over the phone ...
Ugh. I did a phone interview once. It sucked. You lack the visual clues to know when someone has started and/or stopped speaking. I talked over the interviewer once, but a couple times sorting out my answer to a question left an awkward silence. Be careful.

Good Luck!
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I've done telemarketing so long now that I don't even think about being over the phone as a bad thing. I spoke with the HR person for a few minutes yesterday when we were scheduling this (she missed her appointment with me, so I showed some initiative and called her back - I think that scored some points) and I think we have good phone rapport already.

My concern is that I'm going to babble, or talk too quickly with my southern accent. I have no problem with Montana accents (considering my entire extended family lives there and my father came from there) but she may take some issue with my rapid-fire Atlanta speak.
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#23 May 17 2013 at 11:30 AM Rating: Good
You'll do fine. Just relax and breathe. You'll ace the interview and be gainfully employed in no time!
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Something went right because she's recommending me for a second round interview in a week and a half Smiley: nod
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Something went right because she's recommending me for a second round interview in a week and a half Smiley: nod


It was probably your cleavage.
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Go you and good luck!
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Something went right because she's recommending me for a second round interview in a week and a half Smiley: nod


It was probably your cleavage.
Relic tits or GTFO
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Something went right because she's recommending me for a second round interview in a week and a half Smiley: nod


It was probably your cleavage.


My boobs are so powerful and awesome they are visible over the telephone.
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#29 May 18 2013 at 2:08 PM Rating: Decent
Well whether or not there was a mammary influence, congrats!

Go for round 2!
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I graduate next fall and should have about 25,000 saved up by then. Thinking of living abroad for a little bit in Italy, or Amsterdam...somewhere in Europe. What do you guys think?
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On $25,000? Maybe three or four months.
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On $25,000? Maybe three or four months.


Is it possible/easy to get a temp job while I"m there? Like, making pizza or something lol
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$25,000 is decent savings, but if it were me I'd keep it in savings and put it towards a house or wedding down the road :P.
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$25,000 is decent savings, but if it were me I'd keep it in savings and put it towards a house or wedding down the road :P.


Those things may or may not be overrated :) And also, I do things on the cheapsies. I definitely have no intention of blowing all of said savings. Maybe like $5k or something as a graduation gift to myself.

Sorry, Catwho, for hijacking your thread.
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That sounds reasonable. I wish I had the money to spare for an overseas trip :(.
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Wait... want to work? I mean, I can understand wanting to keep yourself busy, and the extra income surely can't hurt, but to only work because you want to? Well, that must be a **** enjoyable job.


Some people are crazy like that.

I became an elementary school teacher for the prestige and fat paycheck. And because I get to shape young minds into whatever I feel like. I'm not saying I've got a hidden agenda, but I'm going to be Emperor of the World in a couple of decades.
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I graduate next fall and should have about 25,000 saved up by then. Thinking of living abroad for a little bit in Italy, or Amsterdam...somewhere in Europe. What do you guys think?
Do it. Don't limit yourself, travel around.

The opportunity won't likely present itself again.
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Something went right because she's recommending me for a second round interview in a week and a half Smiley: nod

Good Luck.
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I graduate next fall and should have about 25,000 saved up by then. Thinking of living abroad for a little bit in Italy, or Amsterdam...somewhere in Europe. What do you guys think?
Do it. Don't limit yourself, travel around.

The opportunity won't likely present itself again.
Unless he means live as in work as well in which case the opportunity has probably already passed him by. It's a royal pain in the **** to hire a non European worker as a Dutch company and it includes a few months of waiting time while the company and Dutch government look for suitable alternatives to you in Europe.
Unless you work in IT, it's probably not viable to try and work here.

That said, traveling is always an option of course.
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Hire him to pick your crops!
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I graduate next fall and should have about 25,000 saved up by then. Thinking of living abroad for a little bit in Italy, or Amsterdam...somewhere in Europe. What do you guys think?
Do it. Don't limit yourself, travel around.

The opportunity won't likely present itself again.
Unless he means live as in work as well in which case the opportunity has probably already passed him by. It's a royal pain in the **** to hire a non European worker as a Dutch company and it includes a few months of waiting time while the company and Dutch government look for suitable alternatives to you in Europe.
Unless you work in IT, it's probably not viable to try and work here.

That said, traveling is always an option of course.


Im sure the jobs I would be looking for would have no problem hiring an immigrant and paying me under the table. Im looking for low responsibility
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Eh, yeah, no. Especially now with the crisis this stuff is checked rather extensively, unless you want to live here illegally and work in picking fruit or flowers and being paid a wage you can't make a living on while being extorted along with a bunch of eastern European workers. But when you're emigrating here you either have to have a job or you get kicked out again. Low responsibility jobs that don't require special education, forget about it. You're not worth the risk or the effort for an employer.

Americans do have an advantage in immigrating to the Netherlands as you're allowed to start your own business (aside from something law or medicine related).
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Eh, yeah, no. Especially now with the crisis this stuff is checked rather extensively, unless you want to live here illegally and work in picking fruit or flowers and being paid a wage you can't make a living on while being extorted along with a bunch of eastern European workers. But when you're emigrating here you either have to have a job or you get kicked out again. Low responsibility jobs that don't require special education, forget about it. You're not worth the risk or the effort for an employer.

Americans do have an advantage in immigrating to the Netherlands as you're allowed to start your own business (aside from something law or medicine related).


Denmark as well. Actually, since my degree is in IT from a good university, I've worked in IT for several years, and I speak English, Denmark would let me live there for two years no questions asked, up to three if I bothered to learn Danish. After three years I have to either own a business or get a local job or GTFO.

PhDs have it even easier - speak English or German or Danish, and have a PhD? WELCOME! Smiley: lol

(Plan B if my husband doesn't get tenure next year is to move to Denmark, actually.)
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Denmark is pretty cool, almost as cool as the Netherlands. They brew some good beer there too.
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I think Denmark is pretty cool, too.
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I can't go to Denmark now. Apparently you guys are home to the largest house spiders in Europe, Tegenaria atrica. Also known as "big **** giant brown recluse clones" Have all those killed and then maybe I'll vsit
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I think you can find those in most of north west Europe. They're pretty much harmless though, all they do is run away fast and even if you manage to corner one the bite is still only about as bad as a bee's sting.


I actually caught one once and posted pictures of it on ZAM, you thought it was a brown recluse then. I still have the pictures in my zam images even!
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Yeah, those suckers are all over my parents' house. Ugh.

I remember one time when I was still living with my parents, I caught one of those by placing a cardboard box upside down on top of it. Little **** started pushing the box around.
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His Excellency Aethien wrote:
I think you can find those in most of north west Europe. They're pretty much harmless though, all they do is run away fast and even if you manage to corner one the bite is still only about as bad as a bee's sting.


I actually caught one once and posted pictures of it on ZAM, you thought it was a brown recluse then. I still have the pictures in my zam images even!
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Nope, **** that ****
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