Ok, so I'm trying to keep really positive about my job, and not losing it and all of that. I've been feeling really good about it until this week, when I started getting all nervous again for some reason. There's a part of my brain that keeps thinking that the more positive I am about not losing it, the higher the chance of me keeping it will be.
But I put my resume up on CareerBuilder today, all the same.
Is that being contradictory? Am I setting myself up for a fall because of that teeny, tiny lack of faith I have in me being able to keep my job?
Or is it just my innate adminism (my new word...I really like it, don't you?) getting me to be all proactive in the situation, and shit? There are a shocking amount of admin jobs available right now. And I guess there's just a part of me that wants to make sure I'm in the running for one or two of them, should I have need to be.
Oh, and just a reminder to any executives, or HR departments, or staffing companies out there that happen to read this: If you are looking for an "executive assistant" to fill a position, you had better damned well be ready to pay more than $12 - $15 an hour. Unless you are really looking for a glorified receptionist who only has a couple of years of experience under their belt. Because, honey, we don't come that cheap, ok? Jeezy...