bappelbe at qumas.com
Mon Dec 10 15:35:25 GMT 2001
My understanding from friends of mine that have lost jobs is
that it is difficult for anyone to get a job out there - most companies
are just not hiring - wheather you are Irish or not.
Maybe I am wrong but I think you are paranoid.
I also underastand that the job market in the US is not that hot either.
At 15:23 10/12/2001 +0000, cybersean3000 at yahoo.com wrote:
>For a bit of news you Irish will enjoy!
>I have decided to return to America. We came here in March
>seeking a better life; a life where our children could walk to school,
>where they could walk down the street to play with their friends, and
>where we did not have to go to the hospital every Halloween to have
>the sweets X-Rayed for foreign objects such as razor blates, sewing
>needles and hypodermics.
>I figured that if anything went wrong with the start-up company I
>came over to work for, my skill set and experience could find a job
>rather quickly. I did not figure anti-American sentiment into the
>equation. I guess Ireland would be happy to have me as long as I
>was on holiday spreading my dosh around, and not happy to have
>me here seeking work. This experience will always be fresh in my
>mind whenever a european crosses my desk for an interview.
>You have until 20 Dec to bash me, berate me, and what ever else it
>is you do in your free time.
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