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Your work situation

Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by snakybus, Feb 23, 2015.

  1. johnnystress

    johnnystress Well-Known Member Supporter

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    Throw in some iceberg lettuce and voila...
     
  2. snakybus

    snakybus Well-Known Member

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    My work situation is about to become a work sitch-ee-ay-shun as I move up north. Whatabewtyehai
     
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  3. pete

    pete chronic procrastinator Staff Member

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    my condolences
     
  4. johnnystress

    johnnystress Well-Known Member Supporter

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    reported for racism
     
  5. johnnystress

    johnnystress Well-Known Member Supporter

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    reported for racism
     
  6. snakybus

    snakybus Well-Known Member

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    sorry all I heard was rar rar rar
     
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  7. hermie

    hermie Well-Known Member

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    Jaysus I wish I was more like you. I took an apple and a banana from the canteen this morning and still had a curry for lunch.
     
  8. Diddles

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    Work help plz. I pretty much gave up working for a few years when I had the child. Then I went back working part-time from home doing small digital media development stuff but lots of deaths in my family and then having a serious illness meant I was up and down for a few years and never really established any kind of regular working gigs. I really need to get some more work at the moment but to be honest I don’t even know what job title I even fall under or what level I’m at. I don’t really fit into any kind of job description really. Also, I'm an old lady now without a lot of confidence and only young attractive people work in this business. I’ve worked in animation doing clean-up and compositing but I can’t draw to save my life. I can program in HTML and javascript (and actionscript) for animation and games, but I’m not really a true web developer, I've always done niche work, none of the big stuff. I’m pretty good with most Adobe apps (Animate would be my strongest). I have myself on linkedin but I don’t really know if thats any help, and I have a web portfolio set up but I just don’t know who to be contacting. I’m looking for freelance work I can do at home or part-time in-house, and will do anything from web banners to localising designs and graphics to colouring drawings in - anything like that really. So if you any of yiz come across anything that might suit me will you send me a message? I would buy you a pint XX
     
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  9. hermie

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    There's lots of work in digital marketing these days. Like SEO/PPC, would that be of any interest? This is my girlfriend's company. They seem like a good bunch to work for and there are a few people leaving soon I believe
    www.initiative.ie
     
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  10. johnnystress

    johnnystress Well-Known Member Supporter

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    Hope you get something D. When I look around at the new employees here, all young enough to be my sons or daughters I get a sinking feeling.
     
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