Ever since stumbling upon your blog 3 months ago, I have been a regular reader. Ya I know, some stories are really scary and as of now I’m pretty unnerved as hell.
Well… I introduced transitioning.org to 2 of my friends and they’ve become avid readers!
it’s the stories of jobless graduates that scares the hell out of fresh graduates.
And as for those who were laid off, stories of 9 month long unemployment chills to the bone!
Additionally, I noticed that articles such as IT manager finds job in Australia do count as big hits with thousand of views.
I graduated with a B.A (Hons 2nd lower) and started job-hunting in November last year after taking 4 months off to consider my options.
As of now, I’ve been job hunting for 5 months already and nothing has turned out well.
Sat for a total of 7 interviews and nothing has worked out well so far. In desperation, I will apply for the private sector.
I guess my interview skills are pretty bad. But having flopped in 5 interviews, I’ve learnt quite a bit on one hand and grown more resistant to rejection on the other.
You know, I’m starting to feel that I have no future in Singapore. Or rather, I’m starting to know that I have no future in Singapore because I’ve already been feeling that there’s no future ever since year 2 of my undergraduate studies.
I’m having a hard time as of now and I don’t know what to do.
But the one thing that I did right was to renounce all religion and switch to atheism. I’m very convinced that there is no such thing as a God and that life can be divided cleanly into 2 branches. You either enjoy or you don’t.
Mr Gilbert, maybe my email might seem really negative to you, but I’m depressed as f#%k over last 3 months. Even so, I have been constantly learning new stuff over the period of job-hunting. I may have given up on the world, but I have not given up on myself.
Care to pop in some words of advice?
Lost & Alone
Hi Lost & Alone