Post # 1
YAY!!!! After 4 years in the military and 6 months of being home and looking for a job, he finally got an offer!!!
It’s not amazing by any means, the pay is a joke, the hours are all over the place, but it’s SOMETHING! I know he’s not too excited, but it is what it is.
BUT, he went to an ex-military career fair yesterday and a major aerospace/defense corporation (Northrop-Grumman) was eyeballing him for a geospatial counterterrorism opening. He said the recruiter was very anxious about getting his resume and talking to him. You have to have a clearance and military experience for that position (check and CHECK!). So HOPEFULLY he’s only at this current job for a little bit before taking on a real career!
Send some good vibes/prayers/thoughts our way
Post # 3
Yay! I’m so excited for you two! I know that his time unemployed was putting a lot of stress on you, so I’ll definitely be sending good thoughts your way!
Post # 4
Thats great!!! I know the feeling my SO has been looking for work forever and I mean forever and it just isn’t happening…please send me some of your good vibes to pass along!! I will keep you and your Darling Husband in my prayers as well 🙂
Post # 5
Congrats! I hope that he hears back from Northrop Grumman soon for an interview!
Post # 7
YAY!! Don’t they always say it is easier to get a job once you have a job? haha :p
Anyways, hope the second job works out for him, and even if it doesn’t, at least he has some work!
Post # 8
congrats! sounds like great and positive news for you guys!! 🙂
Post # 9
congrats and NG is a GREAT company for you Darling Husband to work for, Loved all of our contractors that i worked with out in san diego…
CONGRATS AGAIN 🙂
Post # 10
Congrats…I’m so glad to know there’s hope. Darling Husband ETS’s Sept. 20th, and then it will be my turn waiting for him to get a job. lol
Post # 11
Congrants! When it rains it pours!!!
Post # 12
Awww congrats! Keeping you guys in my prayers!!
Post # 13
@babyboo, that’s what i’ve been telling him! a 6 month no-working gap on your resume does NOT look good.
Interestingly enough, if he gets the NG job, we’ll be at competing companies working for the exact same sectors.
Post # 15
- Wedding: June 2010 - Indiana Memorial Union
NG is a pretty solid company to work for — well any government/defense contractor is 🙂 My fiance works on a lot of counter terrorism bids for his contractor, so it’s a big field, apparently. Hopefully that works out!