From here you look like sort of a bitch, but I'm going to be as impartial as I possibly can.
I think you're being a bit too picky, and I think just the fact that you got a job is impressive for someone who went to school for "emergency management" (whatever that means). I think you should have stuck with it at least while simultaneously hunting for a better offer.
And money is always useful dude. Even if you don't need it now, you're gonna need it eventually - unless you're rich/on the academic road to financial freedom.
If nothing else, the extra cash woulda been useful for the ganja ,
Whatever that means? lol You must be smoking too much shit.
I had came off a $32 an hour Job Offer with FEMA Region 10. - FEMA just laid of a ton of people and cancelled a huge part of the positions they were hiring for.
I would have moved into a CRO Management position within the region if the offer was not removed like had happened with so many Federal jobs recently.
"Emergency Management" is a generic term used to describe what ultimately is a broad field. One in which I'm a certified manager with FEMA and the Dept of Homeland Security.
Impressive that I could get a job with TWO AA degrees and my certification?
It had better fucking been a no brainier for them to want to hire me at the time.Department of Emergency Management and Homeland Security
- Each state has its individual EM this is CT's
Not really trying to be a dick, but you fucking acted like a cunt when your little "emergency management" comment. The certification is quite grueling with high academic requirement. I graduated with a 3.96 and like I also said, while working on my certs I also received not only an AAS but I also earned a standard Arts AA Transfer.
This Job would have been the first time I've worked for under $13 an hour in over 11 years.. Fuck that.
Edited by Husky42, 10 June 2011 - 11:14 PM.