Gamiila (gamiila) wrote,
Gamiila
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Dear oh dear

Having heard nothing from Rabobank on either Friday or Monday, I assumed they weren't interested. But as their failure to communicate their decision on the agreed date kept preying on my mind, I couldn't resist the urge to get in touch and ask what's what. Turns out they had tried to contact me yesterday -- to try and set up a date to discuss the terms and conditions of my future employment.

Hmm. I suppose it can't hurt to find out exactly what they're willing to offer me in terms of salary and the like...

Still not sure I want this job. On the plus side, it's a steady job, with a reputable bank, close to home. On the minus side, the position itself isn't very challenging. I don't know how long I'll be able to stick it out.
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