Monday, April 21, 2008

Stafford - like buses

I've got an interview in Stafford on Friday for a really cool job that, for obvious reasons, I'm not going to say any more about. But don't worry, loyal readers, I never learn my lesson permanently, and I'm sure I'll soon be back to the charmingly naive Zoomy you know and love, who imprudently posts his opinions about everyone and everything on the internet for the world to see and cares nothing for the inevitable consequences.

Anyway, shortly after agreeing to this interview (the job's not in Stafford, by the way, it's just down the road in Burton), I had an email from a different agency about a different job in Stafford.

I've never been to Stafford before, nor ever considered any jobs or interviews there. And now all of a sudden the town (or possibly city, I should look into that before I go there) is full of people who might possibly think about employing me! It's a nearly-St-George's-Day miracle!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Good luck Ben. I worked in Stafford for a week. I was a canvassing manager and I can tell you one thing. The people are all very nice there. It's not like that everywhere so if it was me it would be something that would influence my decision. Obviuosly it may not be suitable for you due to travel. Dai Griffiths :-)