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Life, jobs and university


Hey there.

Sorry for not blogging for a while.
I been searching for jobs.
But I'm back now.

So yes, I been searching for jobs.
And it's crazy.
Why is it so hard to get the job that you want?

Not gonna lie.
I don't just want a job.
Nope.
I want a job that I want to do.
I want a job that makes me excited in the morning
I want a job that makes me go, yes, I want to do this.

My current job contract is ending.
And I don't intend to stay.
Because I don't quite enjoy the job scope.
But of course, that's provided I am able to find a job that I enjoy or suits me.

And it's simply insane that some companies don't reply while others are just reject you.
I admit I'm growing a little tired.

I think the biggest lie that universities tell you that the degree opens up doors for you.
No. It doesn't.
It's just an entry requirement.
It's just like a bus ticket.
It gets you to another bus station.
But whether or not you reach your intended destination, that would depends on your luck, aptitude and personality.

But despite it being hard and everything,
I'm gonna keep trying.

I'm going to play my cards.
And even if the deck sucks, I will do my best.

Hence this means, I will keep trying
I will keep doing
And if the world throws stuff at me, I'll adapt and I'll keep readapting

So yea.

HERE IS TO US
HERE IS TO THE FUTURE

Because the future we want, it can come true. 

Comments

Happy "Sam" said…
wa !!
Long time no go to see your blog and my own blog too !!
haha !!
Keep it up !!
You can do it !!
hehe !!

Enjoy findings jobs ~

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