Posted by The Associated Press on Tuesday, January 30, 2018 12:25:08A few weeks ago, I had the pleasure of meeting a beautiful woman in a mall parking lot who has become my coworker.
I met her while walking by the mall and we hit it off immediately.
She was eager to help me out.
We started chatting and talking about things like how I was going to get my degree and how much money I could make at work.
The two of us shared stories about life in Park Cities, where I live.
The conversation quickly turned to her own life, how she worked as a housekeeper and how she was able to afford college.
The topics of conversation moved to the past, including her love of music, and how her husband has passed away.
The woman seemed like a perfect match for my career goals.
As I started interviewing for a position, I asked if I could have lunch with her.
She seemed excited to help, but I was more interested in finding out what I could do for her.
It’s a little tricky to meet a coworker on the job market in Park Country, where employers often do not advertise jobs.
However, I decided to take the risk and make an appointment with the woman.
When we arrived, we sat down at a table and started chatting.
I explained that I had just been accepted to college at a local school.
I asked her if I might be able to help out with a few things.
She asked if there was anything else she needed.
I told her there was, and she quickly set about filling out the paperwork.
After a quick check of my Social Security number and bank account, I got her to fill out her own employment application and pay the required fees.
I was so impressed with her work ethic and passion for learning and life.
I would highly recommend her to anyone in need of a job and was even able to convince her to pay for my plane ticket.
We discussed our goals for our careers and shared that she had a degree in nursing and would like to become a nurse.
She told me she has a dream of becoming a veterinarian and she has already been contacted by a few companies.
As she told me that she was looking for a full-time job, I told the manager at the mall where I met the woman that I would be happy to work from home.
We worked through our lunch meeting and I told him that we could make an arrangement to get lunch with the coworker when I got back from work.
I made a note to make an effort to make sure that I paid the appropriate fees so that she would have the opportunity to meet my needs.
I knew the mall manager was not going to approve of my offer, but it was a nice little surprise.
I had a very happy coworker who is a true resource to anyone who is looking for work.
This is a great example of the value of working remotely, whether it is at home or at work, and it is a sign that people can find success in their lives.
A coworker can help you with your resume and help you get hired as a full time employee.