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Offline Coach Correa

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Re: whats your Occupation?
« Reply #405 on: October 09, 2018, 08:54:22 PM »
I'M A PIMP LOL ;D ;D ;D
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Re: whats your Occupation?
« Reply #406 on: November 07, 2018, 06:41:01 PM »
Figured I'd update.  Started a new job 4 weeks ago today.  A lot more money than I've ever made, really good situation for me.  Is a start up, just got some venture capital, so it's probably not a long term thing - high priced heads of HR rarely hang around after a company is sold.  BUT, could work out well for me with stock options and such, we'll see.  Regardless, it's a job, I'm enjoying it, it's challenging me in a way I haven't been challenged in a long time (if ever), and for now the $ is great.  Worth waiting for, this is better than most if not all of the other jobs I didn't get.  Commute sucks (other side of Boston from me), but again - worth it.  That said, I'm not going to not take calls going forward.  It would have to be a GREAT opportunity, but I learned my lesson.  I won't chase, but I'll take the call.

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Re: whats your Occupation?
« Reply #407 on: November 07, 2018, 06:45:12 PM »
Figured I'd update.  Started a new job 4 weeks ago today.  A lot more money than I've ever made, really good situation for me.  Is a start up, just got some venture capital, so it's probably not a long term thing - high priced heads of HR rarely hang around after a company is sold.  BUT, could work out well for me with stock options and such, we'll see.  Regardless, it's a job, I'm enjoying it, it's challenging me in a way I haven't been challenged in a long time (if ever), and for now the $ is great.  Worth waiting for, this is better than most if not all of the other jobs I didn't get.  Commute sucks (other side of Boston from me), but again - worth it.  That said, I'm not going to not take calls going forward.  It would have to be a GREAT opportunity, but I learned my lesson.  I won't chase, but I'll take the call.
Awesome John, Nice to hear
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