May have got lucky, not sure yet, but may have found job where it's 3 on, 4 off.
That would be more than ideal, 3 days on, while off for 4, all while still getting basically the same hours, just longer days while on duty.
Such a schedule would really allow me to stay engaged in my side hobbies, which I don't get paid for but thoroughly enjoy, like writing and broadcasting and art and more.
Working for smaller outfits is so much better than working for large fortune 500 type companies, or even sub contractors to such.
Cause that whole working for these super large public 500 fortune type companies, even though still getting paid poorly, is really for the birds.
Those types of companies always brag about how 'rich' they are, how important they are, yet still basically pay you a 3rd world wage...so why should I be impressed?
I'm impressed at a company that can help make me prosper as well, I don't just show up to I don't just show up to work, dedicate my time, energy and health, just to be in awe of firm I'm working for, while living check to check.
And those who work for such firms tend to have a very cut throat mentality, this idea that if they throw co-worker under bus, they'll get noticed and promoted (that's so 80's and 90's) but people still have that mentality.
Then the next week someone does the same thing to them.
Anyways, I do hope I can secure this spot, cause as I get older, it's my time off I value more than even a check actually, cause as you get older you begin to realize how so rare 'time' is, how so rare 'life' is, your life in particular.
Another thing I find annoying about some employers, as you seek employment, is how long they take to get back to you, and by the time some do, you've already applied some where else.
They don't understand you don't have time to wait 1 full week before word comes back, and often you may even want 'that' job the most, but can't gamble that you'l get it until 'get it', in the mean time may discover other opportunities.
That's happened to me a few times in the past. Then you go with new opportunity, and the first company finally gets back with you after you've applied another place and it just becomes messy.
And then you'll never know if you made the right decision.
Wait for the job you really want or just take the first job that hires you?
I guess you could apply that to relationships as well.
Go after the person you really want or settle for the next person who shows interests in you?