So get off your @$$ and make a career, or decide to be happy doing what your doing.
Good advice, unfortunately, with over an eight percent unemployment rate, Piper couldn’t have picked a worse time to decide she wanted to change careers.
Been there. After finishing grad school (and my government funded research project) in 2008, I got thrown into the vicious cycle of being over or under-qualified for every position I applied for. Which ended in me working in a bar “temporarily”. Three years later I was lucky enough to get hired in a completely different field which, at the least, required a degree. It’s a rough employment field out there now. I feel Piper’s pain.
Thanks for sharing, hearing when someone can relate to this story reminds me of why I’m writing it in the first place.
I like the choreography and posing in these panels Chris. I’m starting to like the “cut ” of your artistic “jib”.
Thanks Denny, I did spend some time figuring out the choreography on this one.I’m glad that you are warming to my artistic jib, or at least, the cut of it, but don’t get too used to it, sometimes I decide to do whole pages of nothing but talking heads, the next page for instance…
so one *chose* me.
Great comic. I can’t wait to see more.
Yikes, Thanks for the heads up! More is on the way!
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