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Excuse me, who are you again?

So, when I eventually calmed down from the utter and complete RAGE I was feeling in regards to the incompetent, unprofessional, and irresponsible administrator that stood ME UP in the interview that I attempted to attend yesterday, I got to thinking about all of the other ridiculous interview that I have experienced, and the ridiculous interviews that my friends have experienced.

Situation 1

Again, I venture to an interview. Again, I sit in traffic.  This particular Principal asked me to meet her at a coffee shop in downtown Brooklyn. Fine, no sweat.

I get to the interview.

Principal Z asks me, “So you taught at Elementary School 100?”

UHHHHHHHH NO.

I look at the resume that she’s holding in front of her hands…

GUESS WHAT….

IT. IS. NOT. MINE.

She looks at me…Ummmm what’s your last name again?

I tell her.

Ummmmm, do you have a copy of your resume?

Yeah, sure…here you go.

I MEAN REALLY PEOPLE?? Is it too much to ask for the person who is interviewing you to actually HAVE YOUR RESUME? For them to DO some HOMEWORK?

Sheesh.

xo

Ms. Sub

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Absolutely, completely, utterly, F***ING, FRUSTRATED

Dear Friends,

Today is a day for the record books.  It will indeed have to be a three-part entry.  It is AN EPIC FAILURE FOR THE EDUCATION SYSTEM. For the first part know that I drove TWO HOURS for a potential interview.  That is the beginning of this torturous tale.

For now I must go on a very, very, very, long run, to gain a little composure.

That being said…when I came home, ready to rant, I signed into WordPress. I came across this talented writer, who made me laugh after a HELLISH morning.  As a fellow writer, I wanted to point you all her way.  Do take a look at Sarah Leaps, as I found it delightfully funny, particularly inspiring, and, after the day I’ve had it makes me want to do my own version of the freelance hustle.     

Enjoy!

xo 

Ms. Sub

 

 

 

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