I may have been missing the freedom I had working for myself in Madrid, but now I feel a sense of relief wash over me at least.
Yes, I have a new job!
Even though I currently work from home, the majority of the time, I didn’t feel clinical research and policy was really adding the sugar to my spice! Plus of course regardless whether I am working from home, I still had to deal with ‘The Fools’.
Now though I merely smile and think I’ll be gone soon! All because I’ve been offered a job I just couldn’t refuse, which now enables me to say adios to ‘The Fools’; hoping I don’t encounter more fools in my new destination. Yes, I get to move onwards and upwards once more!!
“I’m so happy…..come along if you feel happiness is for you……I’m so happy!”
Congratulations Bex. There will always be fools but maybe there will be fewer of them in your new job.
Thanks Malcolm, I appreciate that. So far the people are nice, however there are lots of systems and structures to implement though. The role can be developed, and will certainly allow me an opportunity to make my mark with new ideas and solid plans!
Muchas gracias gupa!!
Wohoo, and Congratulations! What field?
Thank you John!!! Educational – but focusing on staff training. I will be a Training Coordinator.