Tuesday: Sent to Paisley. On train to Paisley, was told that the case was cancelled.
Wednesday: Went to Glasgow. Case settled.
Thursday: "Sorry, we don't actually have work for you"
Friday: "Go to Glasgow." Couple hours later: "Case has been cancelled."
This is how it operates. I didn't work at all for this company in December. I had five cancelled cases. This month, I worked two days and have four cancelled cases.
I'm thinking if I should even bother staying in shitty Scotland for another six months. This job is virtually non-existent.
What work exists in the US? I dread going back there but what real choice is there? There's none of this work in the UK or really anywhere else on earth to any appreciable amount.
The problem is that a lot of states require certification which requires taking a speed test which I don't think I can pass. So I have to limit my search to those states which don't have this requirement. I know that Florida is one. But I don't want to live in Florida.
Wow. £47,000 for this Florida court job and it requires a high level of certification. If that's what they're paying highly-skilled people, I don't imagine that uncertified people are making much money.
This Puerto Rico ad is now a year old. Ridiculous.
A lot of work in Georgia.
I hear that this is the case with the South. A lot of black Northerners are moving to the South because the economy is better. What with the industry in the north long gone, it makes sense.
Of course, the downside is you're living in the South. But make the most of it. Learn about the culture. There's good things about the South, I guess. Can't think of anything offhand, though. Food maybe. Something about food.
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