Sarah Needs A Job

Job Search, Career, Work, Resume, Job Hunting

Sarah was beginning to feel more and more harried with the chaos in her life. Her pile of bills was growing larger by the day. She was tired of hiding from the superintendent. Even though he was an understanding man, he would only wait so long before evicting her.

Sarah needed some inspiration as to what her next move should be. She needed a change of scenery. She decided to get all dressed up in her favorite polka dot dress. To add some sizzle to her outfit, she shoved her tiny feet into a beautiful pair of 5-inch heels.

Sarah decided to go for a walk. She was feeling more playful and relaxed with every step she took. It wasn’t long before she ended up at little pub. She walked up to the bartender and asked for Sprite on the rocks. He questioned her about her choice of beverage. When she informed him that she never drank alcohol, he spontaneously inquired if she would like a job at the pub. He liked the idea of an employee he wouldn’t need to watch imbibing on the job. Sarah might have been given the job, except that she chose to expatiate on her dismal work history. By the time she finished her story, the bartender was worn out from listening to her saga. There was no job offered.

24 thoughts on “Sarah Needs A Job

  1. That is one scenario (the job interview), where less really is more and while not lying to the employer out right, couching the bad bits carefully is definitely warranted. And keeping it short and to the point. Over blabbing has cost more than one person a potential job I bet! Great use of the word of the day too! ❤

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