“In this situation, you see a set of invoice templates and you can see … [click] … where you can override the rule for a statement.”
ME: “So, the statement is the 2nd invoice?”
HR: “Oh no. Invoices are individual invoices. A statement is always a full statement.”
ME: “Oh. OK, I got it.”
HR: “Moving on …”
Tuesday, January 10, 2006
I had an interview for a data entry job on Monday. Ugh.
3 hrs./2 days a week + 4hrs./3 days a week = 20 hrs. × $12.00/hr. = ugh.
But I can do it until I’m OK to teach, then the co-op will give me $300/wk.
It wasn’t so much an interview as a meeting to make sure I pass all qualifications (I am currently breathing, I can spell “SSN” and I can alphabetize without humming the ABC song. I know the difference between “imminent” and “eminent”, which is more than I can say for the White House.
Here is an excerpt from my interview / run-through: