08/06/09 (Job) Update
4:32 AM | Author: Tarko
Well, as many of you knows, I'm looking for a job at the moment, as I usually do after being in a new country.

As usual my various avenue are being covered, without success. But not to despair, I keep with me my zenhood; chillaxing in a city where 33degree is considered 'cool'.

I tough I'd thwart the system for once and apply my search and energy on system\job that would let me work wherever I am in the world, disregarding boundaries or cultural background; using the internet to do my biding, use the information highway to get me closer to clients or at least, money.

Yours truly have tried for a few weeks now to score a job as a translator (FR<=>EN) but, alas, without much success. Many would point out the tremendous amount of spelling mistakes I do, in both language, with much reason to do so. But, you know, now I have a genuine reason to learn not to do so many mistakes.

On the other hand, my contacts (thanks again CS) lead me to discover the wonderful world of teaching English as a second language! Many websites are out there with people from all over the world seeking, desperately, English teachers: I can't be THAT bad, can I? So this option is now a new one for me, double so valid now because, hopefully, it will help me improve my own level in English and by a causal-effect relationship, will help me score those sought-after translation jobs.

This is where I am; looking for jobs online. So, if anyone hear about someone looking for someone who could do a job web-based, please, PLEASE think about me! It WOULD be a win-win situations, transcending the usual boundary of work relations.

-Tarko

~Adventure comes from poor planning~
This entry was posted on 4:32 AM and is filed under . You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.

0 Comments: