Last month there was breaking news in my career mission impossible quest — the termination of contract of my part-time job due to timekeeping issues, which I NEVER HAD A PROBLEM WITH FOR THE PAST YEAR!!! 😡 To be honest, looking back, I knew that the doom day was coming, but I wan’t expecting it to be arriving that early. Guess its God’s intervention to tell me that it’s time. My work at Forever 21 is now up. Besides, all I was ever doing was running clothes 24/7. Nevertheless, I’m so thankful for the experience and grateful for the people that I’ve met. I wish everyone good luck, long life with love, peace and happiness. Glad to place a sense of fun and sunshine 🙂 😀 ❤ :3
Since then, it’s been ‘work hard, hustle hard’ with the career search. Attending interviews, sending my application for paid internships, looking into placements, jobs and media recruitment agencies. Personally assessing my skills that I need to develop…
On the bright side, I’ve sent my application to the likes of New Look, Just Fab UK, Marie Curie Care and Haymarket. Whilst enjoying the free time that I have. Even though I need to enjoy the sun. Just Fab UK asked for three editorial ideas for their blog. I’ve completed it, but after re looking into the vacancy again, they’ve changed it! So I used my initiative to place it here via PDF below.
Unfortunately, the Cancer Research Internship in Shine Marketing I didn’t get but the feedback was very uplifting. At least I know that I’m doing something right. It’s the competition that’s become fierce and as highlighted in the email, another candidate tipped me off for the internship. Darn! LOLOLOL :). I fully understand how annoying it is when you’ve done all of your preparation for an interview only to realise that you were close for the job role. It can be disheartening at times, but if you’re able to overlook and personal evaluate yourself for future jobs then you’re able to survive. I mean, I’ve been put out of shortlist of many companies that I desired to work for Viacom’s 1 year internship with MTV, Curzon PR, British Heart Foundation’s Communications Intern, Sue Ryder’s Digital Assistant role. You name it. It’s part of the ball game. However remember that after distresses, follows a blessing i.e. that ‘ yes’ for a job.
So it’ll take some time. Therefore, I’m patient, focusing on writing for my blog and relaxing. Not letting the current circumstances add stress, fear and worry to my life.