Is that because you're embarrassed about having to take such a step
down? Do you think that if you don't tell me that I won't be able to
confirm it anyway? Can I not just call HR and ask them? And as long as
you use your social security number then couldn't I just run a credit
check on you?
On 06/28/2015 08:17 PM, Desiree Capuano wrote:
> My job is none of your business.
> On Saturday, June 27, 2015, Patrick > wrote:
> Oh, I see now. So Apollo was/is having serious financial problems
> and doing yet more layoffs. Is that what happened? Were you let
> go? Since almost every company in Arizona does drug testing, I
> guess your options were very limited. I'm guessing Carrington
> doesn't do drug testing. Based on their reputation I guess they'd
> have to be willing to accept whoever would be willing to work for
> them (see
> Not a lot of satisfied employees - low morale; low pay.
> But it doesn't seem they actually have any Systems Analyst
> positions at their Tucson campus. Did you make a career change?
> If it makes you feel any better, I too have just started a new
> position. With *****. As a Senior Software Engineer, doing
> embedded C/C++ (you know, that "outdated" language, as you once
> referred to it) on their VoIP telephone systems. It only pays
> $100K a year, though. Oh well, that's life, I guess.
> On 06/27/2015 09:45 AM, Patrick wrote:
> Hello, Desiree.
> May you confirm that you have taken a position with Carrington
> College in Tucson? If so, then I should update your website.
> Do you have any interesting quotes or pseudo facts that I can
> put on the site? But, I can't imagine there'd be much of a
> need for a "Systems Analyst" at an individual campus of a
> demi-college. Wouldn't that be a bit of a step down from what
> you were purportedly doing at Apollo? But since the campus is
> substantially smaller then you'd be less anonymous - and word
> of your website and your back-story should spread quickly.