January 26, 2006

I went to school for this?

I am so very bored. I'm at work. I have a project I call "Copy, Paste, Click, Click" or cpcc. That is all I'm doing. Its supposedly sending out checks to people with inactive accounts. I could train my 2nd grade sister to do this. I miss doing things that took thought. They only way I keep a hold on my sanity is that I listen to books or music on my headphones. I need a better job. As of today I've worked as a temp long enough where I am eligible to apply for a permanent job within the company. Great. Except I don't like job descriptions. They don't really tell you what you will be doing. I can't do another cpcc job. I'll die.


Daniel said...

You should quit. Things like good jobs usually don't just show up. You need to make yourself uncomfortable.

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Chad M. said...

Hey Tanya. Don't get too down about the job situation. I'm in the same boat, sort of. I've found that if you're not happy with the job, it doesn't matter how much money you make. Keep your head up, and try to find something that's at least a little bit more exciting! ;-)

Anonymous said...

Hello, I am a friend from Andyland; I just wanted to say that in your post "we talked" I read a few things that made light of a book I am reading. I'm reading a book called "For Women Only, the inner lives of the men we love." It's by a lady whose last name is Feldhahn, (Shaunti, I think), and it's really a good book (for the three chapter's I've read). I recommend it because in it she talks about how men feel the drive to provide; even if you can provide for them, they will still want to be able to provide. I don't know if this will help you at all, but if it does, let me know through andyland and I'll send you my copy of the book; free of charge.

Paul H said...

I have a recommendation. I agree with Daniel: Quit.

Quit and find a new job.

Or rather, find a job working for someone you like -- someone you will learn from -- someone that you respect and will invest in you. Don't fret the job. It could be CPCC and you'd still love going to work if your boss invested in you.