The End of Unemployment

Work starts tomorrow, well, two days of induction / mandatory training, then work starts on Wednesday. I can’t wait. It’s been two and a half years of training (read: working for free on placement) followed by five months of absolutely nothing except being a financial drain (three months of job-hunting, two months of waiting for occupational health to do their job). It’s been both excruciatingly boring, and hideously depressing, so when people tell me I should enjoy my “time off” or that I won’t be so eager in a month, I try to bite my tongue and keep my reaction to myself.

Anyway, expect more radiography-based blogposts soon. Assuming my employer’s social media policy allows for such things.

3 Comments on The End of Unemployment

  1. Rayne
    November, 18th 2012 at 10:50 pm

    Sending positive thoughts to you with that, and I, for one, look forward to said updates.

  2. PaulJ
    November, 18th 2012 at 11:52 pm

    “Assuming my employer’s social media policy allows for such things.”

    Deal-breaker? (It would be for me.) What you do in your own time is your own affair.

  3. Cherry Black
    November, 19th 2012 at 12:22 am

    Normally I’d agree, but I’m not in a position to call any shots so I just have to accept whatever I’m told. That said, as long as I keep everything anonymous, I can’t see why there’d be a problem.

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