How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

Lunch Hour will hereby be known as "Sexy Time"

One of the larger concerns looming over our relocation to Pittsburgh was the fact that miusheri didn't have a job. This wasn't a crisis, not by any stretch. Just a major inconvenience. It was compounded by the fact that she actively likes her current job- she wanted to move to Pittsburgh, but didn't want to leave MapInfo.

Well, as it turns out, she can have both. They're going to remote her, letting her continue working from Pittsburgh- from home. Sixteen different shades of awesome, right there.

I'd also like to point out that my new job lets me work from home, as needed. Not all the time, but often enough. So layer on another sixteen shades of awesome.

Might I add, "w00t".
Tags: jobs, moving, work

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