We’ve made it to the last entry in the Job Experience series of posts.
If you’ve been following along, you know that I’ve recently emerged from a brief stint in Hell and was hoping to slow things down, career-wise. Although I had compiled a decent asset sheet, I didn’t have enough to stop working entirely, so I began what I hoped will be my final job search.
I wound up contributing to a university. Long story short, I’ve been there for two and a half years now, and I’m relatively satisfied, all things considered.
But on this blog, things are never short, are they? Hell no. Where one paragraph of description would do it for most folks, I provide twenty. Plus some images. And some crazy observations to go along with the whole mess.
So in this entry I’ll get into that final search, Year 1 Blues, FI transparency with my boss, a bit into the actual job function and day to day, lasting scars from employment, learning to pretend I’m retired, and final thoughts on the Job Experience.
My time in academia has, so far, not been nearly as dramatic as Hell, but it’s also fairly low on on stress. I consider that to be a pretty awesome development.
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