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July 1st, 2016 at 12:07 am

DH had a sort of interview with company #2. It sounded like things there are on shaky ground yet, like there might be some major growing pains about to happen like they did with company #1 several years ago when he started with them. These were preliminary interviews, more like feeling things out, not final interviews.

They did talk a little about benefits, but not too much on specifics. It's a high deductible medical plan. The 401K is decent with a 100% match on the first 3% and a 50% match on the second 3%, so if you put in 6% in a year, you'd get a 4.5% total match on that. It didn't sound like wages were discussed at all. Any job offers (for anyone) won't be forthcoming for several weeks.

It's not the best news, but it is better than no news, I guess. I still hope that DH will get an interview for the job next county over when they start the process mid to late July. That is the better job by far in every category. An interview and then gets hired. That's the holy grail right now.

At the moment, I don't even know if he has work after this hitch. I don't think his company knows either. Stressful. I miss not living in a state of peace.

8 Responses to “Interview-Ish”

  1. livingalmostlarge Says:

    Good luck. I know how stressful this can be.

  2. CB in the City Says:

    I hope things are settled soon!

  3. creditcardfree Says:

    Hang in there! This too shall pass.

  4. rob62521 Says:

    Sorry for your stress. Hope things work out well!

  5. Sukanya Says:

    I hope this gets settles soon..Don't be stressful...and Think positively...Best of luck!

  6. DW Says:

    I'm a long-time lurker. Your strength appears to be planning. Assume the worst is has happen and activate your survival mode.
    Doing this will allow you to feel like you have some control over the situation.

  7. Frugaltexan75 Says:

    I hope you get good news soon.

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