Thursday, August 4, 2011

Squished Again

So like Whiskeymarie, last year I had to interview for my own job.  And like her, I got it back and thoroughly enjoyed it.  I mean I really REALLY like this job.  However today I've been told it's being hacked into several pieces none of which is benefits eligible.

So it's back to job searching.  Perhaps I can find something part-time and mix it with the jumble of shattered pieces that used to be my job.  I would really like to be reasonably well-employed, and not have to hold my breath all year long while budgets and decision are hammered out.  Too much to ask I guess.

7 comments:

kirelimel said...

SUCK ASS!! That is my immediate reaction. I am hoping for an interview next week from my own district for a full time position but in talking to the principal I am thinking he's hoping for a licensed teacher to take this job for para pay. I hate this economy and I hate the unfairness of it all.

Since I am filing divorce papers in the next couple months I will be without health insurance and I am trying to avoid the negative feelings that come from thinking about it. Stress causes illness and I just can't get ill!!

good thoughts your way- we can get together for hot water as coffee will probably be out of both our reach soon. =)

SkylersDad said...

Oh that sucks! I am so sorry they did that to you.

kirby said...

It has got to be tough living under that constant job stress. I'm sending good vibes your way.

Treats said...

It gets damn old...scraping by, feeling a bit bruised and battered by the system.

Sheleta said...

This just blows. I mean really. When good honest hard working people can't find work it just don't make no sense.
When someone like you, who is making a difference in the lives of others, can't work and folks like John Boehner has a job... you realize THAT LIFE AIN'T FAIR.
We gone all have to pray.
That's why I clock in at this job every day and smile until ti's time to go home. Whether I like it here or not, I've gotta deal with it... cause the pickings out there are slim to none.
I don't know what our kids are going to do.

Churlita said...

I don't understand why you would have to interview for your own job. Are your employers too stupid to remember your performance?

Whiskeymarie said...

Bastards!

I totally understand. Though I retained my OWN job (and had to answer questions like, "how do you think you would do teaching at an inner-city community college?" when I have already been doing that for SIX AND A HALF YEARS, DUMMIES!), I will be losing my "overload" credits by spring, therefore taking a sizable pay cut. Yay, me.

I totally understand the stress. I feel for you, my dear.

How are your cooking skillz? We need a part-time instructor come January. ;)