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Day 222 - I Got the Job!

Friday, November 08, 2013

Last week I had an interview at my work that will advance my status up to supervisory position. I GOT THE JOB!!! emoticon

I will now be full longer scrambling for extra hours just to maintain 40 hours since I had to go to part time status due to graduate school and internship. emoticon

My salary will be based on my Masters, a slight increase from one who has a Bachelors. emoticon

I will be learning a great deal of many skills that will eventually advance me to director or to an outside position. emoticon

One of the good part of my new job is that I can create free time for me to exercise in the mornings and work later in the day or work on a weekend, if need be. emoticon

The icky part of the job is that only 1 week per month, I will be on-call 24 hours for emergencies. My husband is not thrilled about that...oh well...hopefully I won't get too many nightly calls... emoticon

I start training next week sometime. I need to drop off proof of my school transcripts and my diploma. I still have to finish out my obligations at my current position for the entire month of November, but my shift begins at 4 pm during the week and 8 am on weekends. I will be very busy! emoticon

My weight is slightly up today (3 lbs) but I am anticipating that to be from a lot of salty foods I have had these last two days. I have been extremely thirsty and not really going potty all that much. I am sure either tonight or tomorrow night, I will be going a lot! There goes my sleep... emoticon

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    1622 days ago
    What a relief to no longer scramble for more hours. I know that is a load off your mind. Congratulations!! Now here's to letting your training go off without a hitch.
    1623 days ago
    emoticon good for you Deborah!
    1623 days ago
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