Reverse Job Fair

Being tired of job fairs that fail in getting me a job, I'm going to try the reverse. I'll just invite potential employers and have them come to me. "Yes, I agree. A stroke of genius." Although my wife's response to this idea was; "You let me know how that works out for you. OK."

The idea is simple. I sit on a folding chair at Misquamicut Beach in Rhode Island enjoying the scenery whilst holding a clipboard. And when the employer wanna-bees show up in droves, looking all pitiful, just like your normal job fairs, I just ask them questions about what their expectations are regarding having me as an employee. I'll also ask them weird questions that seem not to have anything to do with reality as we know it just to confuse and annoy them (also just like a normal job fair).

Sitting in chair interviewing employers.I know some of you might be skeptical about this idea. But I've officially crossed over that point where it matters anymore. I'm at the point where I'm ready to pick a place to work and just show up and start working. And when asked questions about who I am, I'll just explain I was hired by them last week. And eventually, I'll go to the HR office and complain about how I haven't gotten a check yet. Fill out the paper work and confuse them by my insanity into indirectly hiring me. That idea, as flawless as it seems, might not work as well as the reverse job fair idea. I'll keep that one as PLAN B.

If you know of someone who might fit the bill of a capable employer. Who is fair and appreciates a good worker, albeit one who is currently a casualty of the current economic climate, make them aware of my reverse job fair. Let them know of this once in a lifetime opportunity they simply cannot afford to miss.

And if you're looking for someone capable of coming up with fail proof schemes and ideas . . .

. . . I might be the person you're looking for.