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More on headhunters

I’m not the only one who had trouble with recruiters. Miriam did too.

By the way, blogging will be lighter since I’m no longer unemployed. Scored a plum consulting gig that should keep me busy for about a month. Blogging will be more of the linky not the thinky variety.

8 Responses to “More on headhunters”

  1. USCitizen Says:

    Good luck with the new gig – I took a shot at a 90-day consulting assignment once … in 1989. Been there ever since. Sweet.

  2. rich Says:

    where was the thinky?*grin*

  3. Rustmeister Says:

    Dang, I’ll have to go back to thinking for myself again.

    Grats on your new job, hope it leads to something permanent.

  4. chris Says:

    That is great news.

    I hope that you enjoy getting back into the grind/workforce.

  5. Scoot Says:

    The vacation had to end sometime.
    Congrats!

  6. Manish Says:

    Great news..congrats!

  7. countertop Says:

    Hey, Congrats!

  8. OldeForce Says:

    Good for you, Uncle! Had a job interview once where I’d driven most of an hour with the temp almost 100 and the a/c out on my Datsun (that’s right, Datsun). Had such a headache I stopped at a 7-11 for asprin and a Dr. Pepper. Clerk told me there were jobs available where I was going, as the union had everyone out on strike. Went home. Another HR rep said they were interested; when I arrived, she opened my file (obviously for the first time) and said, “Oh! You’re expensive!” And I left. Actually got a good job (most of the 20 years there might be considered “good”) when a headhunter was directed to me by a friend.
    I’ll drop by most days, anyway, just to see how you’re doing. Be well!