I am back home in Delhi, but I am not exactly on holiday.
But I went to London to work, didn’t I? So if I am back home, I should be on holiday right?
Let’s get something straight. I graduated in March, after which I joined late July at my company (well-known ex-bank) and was thrown out a mere 3 months later, during which I was prepared, wound up, geared ready for the my job.
Which, if I haven’t made it already abundantly clear, was never told to me. Or another 149 of us who were waiting for summons.
So I got tired of this waiting and watching, and more waiting and watching, and I decided to take a vacation from this enforced vacation. Which, some of you would know, is not really a vacation, because this vacation is all about how to get out of the first vacation mentioned thereof.
Moral of the story: I am not on holiday. I am looking for a job. (Which again is a full-time job in itself. Aargh. How do I get caught in these recursive loops? Maybe it’s something to do with me being a computer engineer.)
Anyway, now that I am home, I think to myself, let’s make the best of it: Let’s dust up my poor-neglected and bit-cobwebby blog, and become a world-class Twitterer, in the free time I have, apart from, of course, sharpening my waiting-to-be-used bleeding edge financial acumen.
I have promised many people (and a dish) a post, and I intend to make good my promises in this long season of hibernation.
I shall also be posting regularly about my job hunt efforts, taking inspiration from this guy. Who knows, maybe I’ll get a job this way too!
If anybody is interested in giving me a job, have a look at my LinkedIn profile.