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I've got a bite! (ISP job application)

So I applied for an ISP job as a dispatch technician a week ago and had a phone interview with a cutie just last Friday!

I put on my charm and the interview went well. I have a second interview lined up for next Monday with the hiring manager. We talked about a few things like work history and I got to learn a little more about the position beyond the application; also, no vaccination requirements!

The role would involve installing fiber lines, climbing telephone poles, and troubleshooting customer equipment. It sounds easy!

It is also confirmed that I would get a bitchen van to drive in and they would pay for the gas too. They would also provide me with tools so I don't have to worry about getting my own. There is also apparently a two week training course involved which is fine by me.

I don't want to fool myself into thinking it's a easy job so I've been asking around the web from people that have some experience in the field for what to expect. Plebbit didn’t come thru, as usual (that site's a damn grave yard.) So I made this goofy tech Apu (see above) for a /twg/ thread to get some bites. One Anon says to just do it, a more reasonable Anon gave a list of pros and cons, and then a third Anon said that ISP work is horrific.

I don't know bros but I think I'm going to go for it. The only thing that would put me off is if they don’t pay worth shit. My current job pays well and I expect ISP work ain't gonna pay me near as well, but so long it isn't a significant cut then I’m okay with it.

I currently work as a systems analyst and hate it. It was a bretty gud gig for a few years there; that is until the consoomer tech larpers came in and fugged it all up with their shitty SaaS, cloud solutions, and project management workflow cuckolding models. The board of boomers ate that shit up so hard that they're in denial that they've wasted a few mill on a corporate fashion show. I swear, if I hear words like Agile, kanbang, waterfall, scrum, or any of that development bullshit while climbing up a phone pole, I'll jump! I just want to fix and service things and get paid while doing it.

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