Loc: New Hampshire
for the last several months we've been riding a paycheck that was cut by 25% to float the boat a little longer. They say are salaries will go back up in 60 days - which will be nice.<br><br>The new cash in the company should give it enough runway to see if the plane will fly. After two years of bad dot com management, a year a new management with no money, it will be interesting to see what happens with the new management and money.<br><br>I feel renewed to show up at 9 in the morning again at work.<br><br>[insert master plan here] and gives us some breathing room to start something on our own [/]<br><br>[color:blue]Quitters never win, winners<br> never quit, but those who never win AND never quit are idiots.</font color=blue>
And get this, for anyone who is interested: the new US status that we got for me (from the Who Are You iMovie), gives me the possibility of getting work eligibility status for one year in the States, after I graduate. Although there are several other ways for me to achieve legal working status, this is the quicker way in the bad job market, and in the meantime I can pursue other options for employment. If my elgibility app to INS (which is under some other name now, a bureau under National Security or something like that) gets approved, I can apply for and accept any job offer with less hassle and less red tape. If I am approved, they will also be fingerprinting me. <br><br>Until then I will continue my underground drug ring where I get paid in cash only. HAHAHHAA <br><br><br><br>MrsJC<br><br>If the 7-11 is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, why are there locks on the doors?
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