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Didn't get job and all I feel is relief!

Discussion in 'Jobseekers' started by parchita, Jun 22, 2011.

  1. Thought I had applied for my dream job and spent a stressful weekend preparing for interview. Heard today that I hadn't got it and was quite relieved. Would probably have taken it if offered as currently unemployed but was worried every time the phone rang in case they were going to offer it to me. The job spec. kept changing as the interview went along and I was getting more and more uncomfortable with the requirements.
    Interestingly the candidate who I least 'clicked' with was the one appointed so I was definitely not what the school was looking for.
    Off to study the job ads. again!

  2. littlemissraw

    littlemissraw Occasional commenter

    What jobs ads?! lol I've no irons in the firs ATM as theres no jobs to apply to.
    But thats good news about the interview, I know it sucks to be unemployed (I don't have a post either) but if relief was what you felt then there is definately something better around the corner xx

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