Today is my three year anniversary with my blog.
Yes, that’s right. Exactly three years ago, I started this mish-mash of collected junk I like to lovingly refer to as a “blog”.
It’s not much, but it’s mine.
And, in celebration of three (sometimes) glorious years, I would like to write a post to highlight how far I have come and the current state of thing.
Enter, the sponsored post that has been driving me nuts for the past week or so:
Yes, Curtin. I AM dreaming of a better career. I have been for a number of years now. In fact, I have been working toward said “better career” for more than three years now.
But, pray tell, dear learning institution, what good is all that learning if there are no jobs?
What if the money I earn isn’t enough to live on?
Or enough to pay back the exorbitant interest on my student loan?
Or what if I become homeless because I cannot find a home to rent or purchase, even if I could afford one?
You see, Curtin (and other unis spruiking their wares at the end of the financial year after an incredibly harsh and damaging budget has been announced), there is no amount of learning that is going to matter if what we are striving for does not exist.
As much as I admire and strive for lifelong learning, there are sometimes strong currents in the murky waters of life that seem intent on pulling us down.
Very true Melissa. I am getting concerned, too. Finishing my degree in May 2015, I am now on the outlook for a job that might match my career background together with the skills I’ve learned at uni.