As we engage in the employment scene as technical
professionals, view your career from a long-term
and a short-term perspective.
Last year, we reported several experiences and
discussions with PW who had successfully landed
a “temporary-to-permanent position” with a creditable
firm in the Boston area. It was a good fit for himself
and his family.
We ended our consultation on a good note. I
invited him to keep me posted.
Well, he did. This is a lesson for others.
Sorry for the communication blackout on my
end but I have been
very busy having my
schedule shoved around by the group I am
here at W. I have to say I really
was suprised how much I enjoyed
working in a
manufacturing lab and doing industrial scale
cell culture. It
may be that we have a great
group working together on a new project,
may be that I just really needed to learn
something new, but I have had a
these past two months. It really surprised me
how much I
wanted to work for W.
But the project has been taken away from
group….and I will be
let go soon, so I am
back into looking for a new situation but this
have more options to look at.
….I have developed some
new skills that
should make it that much easier to find a
am attaching an updated copy of my
resume for you to look over. Once I am
officially let go I would like to give you a
call and talk about what I
learned and how
I may apply it most effectively
(if that is okay with