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Wednesday, June 02, 2010

2nd June 2010

2nd June 2010


What to say, well I am starting to be clueless about what I want to do with myself. I dont want to be stuck at home twiddling my fingers, I really want to do something. I am currently split between attempting to enter college again go to university studying history to be lecturer now my personal lifes a lot more stable, but with what happened at Haywards Heath will they still doubt me?


Or should I take my diploma in Business Admin (which I gained 2004 despite the college and a silly school tutor suggesting I go for the mediocre Essential Skills course and leaving home), and try and enter the workplace again and do endless free labour work hand smart CVs to places and not really get anywhere. I am depressed by the statistics that only 15% of people on autism/ aspergers syndrome (I have a mild form) are in full time employment.


I really do want something to give me purpose (as someone said in BBCs Autism and Me) in life I dont want to be a scrounger stuck not doing a lot. Provided its reasonable pay to let me do more than I currently do I would be happy with a reasonable office admin data entry job. I know I am a bright lad thats capable, but dont know  what to do. I have tried chatting to Connexions but unsure, and they seem to busy. Should I go to the job centre and enquire there?


Outside that I am looking forward to the Sussexs Twenty Cricket campaign and also the World Cups just ten days away and I will be attending the WTA Eastbourne tennis event, hopefully with fellow fan English born Aussie lover Roger Russell! The Strike Factory celebrations will be low key and not sure how to celebrate this weekend, though it might be with some cool dudes and dudettes, or it might be nothing.  

16:06 Posted in Diary | Permalink | Comments (2)


Post your cv on here charles.

You should consider joining a large organisation (even something like tesco) as once you are in you can work your way up.

Posted by: Cap | Wednesday, June 09, 2010

Thanks for the info mate. Could put my CV on here (minus main contact details), and see how it goes.

Posted by: Charles B | Thursday, June 10, 2010

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