~*Okay so we were all herded into a room and was told we were getting laid off, but it felt like a sticky note was left on our desk*~
I got up this morning with anticipation, my interview wasn't until 11:00 a.m. MST, but dammit I was excited. No butterflies, not nervous just so damn happy!
I have been in a call center environment since I was at the legal age to work, so it seems like forever. When I moved here to Colorado in 2000, I started at the job that laid me off this year. I worked my way up to the highest department that the company had. Yay! I was in that department, The Office of the President, for two and a half years, until the blade came down on the guillotine. WHACK! That was in June.
~*This was my cubicle. Home away from home*~
So I was so super excited to get an email stating that they would like to do a phone interview. The phone interview went well, and I was set up for an in-person interview which was for today. I was ten minutes early, and I think that helped out a little bit too. I feel it went well. It was only a twenty minute interview, and I think I am way qualified for this job. It's the same call center customer service job, but it's a job and it's money! It will have to hold me over until I finish school for my Mortuary Science Degree, which starts in January and runs for three years. One year pre-requisites and the two year associates.
I will know by the end of this week or the beginning of next week that I have the job. That's right HAVE, because there is no other option dammit! I really need a job.