i love GrinKokoCollino wrote:^ Haha I'm selling my thesis at Grin as well
SummerPeur wrote:Time stops for the Kween everytime WBT is performed.
Goldmoney wrote:So does her microphone
can't believe it'll already be one year next week since I started working. I'm a civil servant at the German Federal Pension Fund and work as an advisor there. My duties are mostly rehabilitation and reduced earning capacity pensions but from time to time I'm also a consultant for other issues.luckyONE wrote:I had my final exams exactly one week ago.
If I don't fail (which I don't think since the exams were pretty easy for me), I'll be a "Bachelor Of Laws" in September!
Yeah, working and studying is no joke. For most of my life, I'd been a full-time student, but the last 13 months have seen me juggle work and studies and the results have been disastrous on both ends. Thankfully, it seems that the studies half of the struggle will end soon.Wayne wrote:I'm still a Store Manager for Sainsbury's but I'm also studying again - and it is HARRRRRD.
Working full-time and studying at degree level is the hardest thing I've ever done - will be glad when it's over [only three more months].
Yeah I saw my potential redundancy package, took it and ran to the hills. I genuinely think it’s one of the most unnecessarily stressful jobs.Wayne wrote:^ Did you leave as part of the recent restructure?
Fortunately, I left about 15 months ago before all of the restructures and it was the most splendid thing I ever did. I will never go back to a life like that.