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Monday, 26 March 2012

How to get a job

I haven't tried to get a job in eons. Jobs have always come to me.

I have huge experience and a CV the size of Belgium.

There are jobs about, they are advertised daily. They are all through agencies.

You send the agency the CV.


You ring the agent. He's on the phone.

You ring the agent. He's on the phone.

You ring the agent. He's on the phone.

You ring the agent. He's on the phone.

You ring the agent. He's on the phone.

You ring the agent. He's on the phone.

You ring the agent. He's on the phone.

You ring the agent. He's on the phone.

You ring the agent. He's on the phone.

You ring the agent. He's on the phone.

You ring the agent. He's on the phone.

You ring the agent. He's on the phone.

You ring the agent. He's on the phone.

You ring the agent. He's on the phone.

You ring the agent. He's on the phone.

You ring the agent. He's on the phone.

You ring the agent. He's on the phone.

You ring the agent. He's OFF THE PHONE!

You explain to him that you can do the job, because he is about six, and understands neither the requirements not your skills.

You assume that when he says he's sent your CV to the customer, that he has. because he won't tell you who it is.

You chase him on a daily basis. He says the customer hasn't come back to him. On a daily basis.

You think, quite rightly, that these agencies are all competing for the same business, badly, and they are entirely staffed by cunts.

You seriously consider burning down their offices.

More as it happens ...

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