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One door closes, another opens

Discussion in 'Jobseekers' started by Kittyhime, Mar 13, 2012.

  1. So I went to an interview yesterday and I don't think anything went well with it, my nerves just came through too strong. I went from in a previous interview where I didn't say enough to one where I said way too much. Needless to say I didn't impress and wasn't offered the position, but, strangely enough, none of the other candidates were offered the position either.
    However, I got home and discovered that I'd been accepted for a temporary position at hmrc. I guess it's goodbye to supply teaching for a little while.
    It was a bit of a mixed day to say the least.
     
  2. So I went to an interview yesterday and I don't think anything went well with it, my nerves just came through too strong. I went from in a previous interview where I didn't say enough to one where I said way too much. Needless to say I didn't impress and wasn't offered the position, but, strangely enough, none of the other candidates were offered the position either.
    However, I got home and discovered that I'd been accepted for a temporary position at hmrc. I guess it's goodbye to supply teaching for a little while.
    It was a bit of a mixed day to say the least.
     
  3. Lara mfl 05

    Lara mfl 05 Star commenter

    Oh, mixed feelings there Kittyhime.
    I remember years back when they didn't appoint at an interview and I found that almost more difficult than being beaten by someone better-it seemed as if all of us weren't any good!
    Off to work for HMRC are you. We'll have to watch out then.
    So it's
    [​IMG] on one hand and
    [​IMG] on the other, as the job isn't a teaching post.
     
  4. In a way it made me feel a little better that no one got offered the position as I think that reflects more on the school than the candidates.
    And, as an RE teacher I can't help but feel more than a little odd that I'm going to be working (albeit temporarily) in a tax office... Although I'm also happy about a full-time job and the lovely flowers :D
     

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