For me, the job fair was a waste of time. Or maybe not, because I did have an epiphany. No hospital recruiter is going to hire someone with an MFA for housekeeping, or one of the other entry level positions that this hospital was offering.
My best bet is with the data service company that I interviewed with last week for an entry level position that requires a BS or a BA. I’ll find out the first week of December if I made the first cut and will be called in for the second round of interviews.
Well, in twenty minutes it’ll be time to leave the employment and training center. On Friday’s school ends at noon. I’ll check my voicemail when I get home and then probably walk to Bloomfield (Pittsburgh’s “Little Italy”) and do my food shopping for the week at Shure Save. I’ll probably stop in Nico’s or Del’s.
There’s bright sunshine in Braddock PA right now. I’m not going to take lunch today at the Braddock Employment And Training Center. I’ll post this instead.
I’ll find out when I get home if I can pay my rent depending on the size of my check and what I already have in my account. Man, I have to send the building management a payment.
While I was working at the computer one of the students working in the office came out to get me. Another student was frantic on the office phone because she didn’t know where her job interview was at. It was in the same building with the same company that I interviewed with last Thursday. The company is on the Boulevard of the Allies. So, over the phone I tried to explain to her how to get there. She was flustered and was going to be late. That’s no way to be for a job interview.