Tuesday, July 25, 2006

After the interview.

I had my job interview yesterday... I am not certain how I perform though...

The interview is more concentrate on my current job, like what are my duties, how I handle the problems, how do I deal with them and so on... I think I portrait myself as a pracmatic type... (when ask about mistake, I said something about mistake is only the matter of when it will happen and how we learn from it and don't repeat the mistake.)

In the end, I ask when will I know the results, the interviewer reply within two weeks and I will be notified via the job agency that referred me.

After all said and done, right now I felt like sleeping my life away again... I hate to have to wait for two weeks... I just hope I will get the job...

Also my mom has pushing the idea of study aboard (in this case it's Australia)... The idea itself is quite lovely... The real issue would be the money and whether I can study western style (research, homework, papers and reports, study at Abac is not much different from my highschool years in my opinion) and work the real labour task (waiters, flyers handling etc.). Also, I am not sure how well I will manage, living on my own...

My mom was right in saying that if I wants to do this I have to this now (or real soon) considered my age, my singleness and so on... I agreed that, disregarding my career, I am in my prime of my life. If I wants to do something more labour intensive it has to be now (or real soon) and not five years later. It's, perhaps, all came down to the fact that I am very reluctant to leave my nest to face the uncertainty... not to mention how I like the easy lifestyle and not the thrill seekers one...

4 comments:

savante said...

Relax. You'll do fine!

Paul

Pete said...

Thanks for your good wishing... But please read the above post T^T

The Searcher said...

I always have the impression that ABAC is one of the top universities in Thailand, after Chula and Thammasat

Pete said...

Your impression is quite correct S. I suppose it is also depend on the individual regarding the job seeking aspect.

ABAC is also well-known for producing graduates with strong English skills.