|Not as happy as I look in the picture. Genetics is definitely evil. And I probably will never use it again.|
But I'm not quite sure how to find the perfect career. I definitely want to do something that will allow me to continue to devote tons of time to running and thinking about running. So I guess investment banking is out.
|That's me thinking about running. Not falling. Like I've been falling on my butt every day on this one part of sidewalk for the past few days.|
I am not quite sure what I want to do with my life. And also how to go about finding it. I also would like to have a running club at work. I guess the biggest thing is to get hired first somewhere. So I can figure out what I like and what I don't. Also, is it bad that whenever I have a job interview, I look up the town that I'd be working in to see how many races are nearby? I have a secret (I guess not so secret now) hope that at an interview somewhere, the interviewer will ask me about running. And we will hit it off instantly. And I will have a job and security and money to buy random running things that I don't need.
Sorry it's not very running focused. But finding a job that will also allow me to continue this running thing is important to me. So it's sort of about running. And I'm still working on making a reasonable training schedule for the half marathon coming up.
And thanks to everyone who suggested websites and ways to save money on things! They were very helpful. So how did you guys find your dream job? Or how are you looking for it? And what's a good way to look for a full time position? And if you happen to own a company looking for a chemical engineer, you're welcome. Now you can stop looking and start drawing up the hiring paper work. :P