Data Zone #2

My next data job was for a temporary service. They placed you with companies that needed temporary help for a short amount of time. It could be a month to a few months. My first placement was with an insurance company inputting annuity accounts in their computer system.

Another awesome job!

There were four of us temps in one little room. We were allowed to talk freely while we worked. Lots of great conversations and new friendships formed. ๐Ÿ™‚

The company was in a tall office building. I forget how many floors, but there was a lot. Elevator was my friend. ๐Ÿ™‚ The expensive part was parking in the parking garage nearby. I eventually began parking on the side streets several blocks away and walking to the building.

Poor working woman and single mom of one.

It was good to walk off all the yummy lunches with my new co-workers. There was a nice lunch court across the street from the insurance building that we would eat at together.

The best lunches were the Friday company lunches! They would have a local food place cater in. I remember sandwiches and bbq meals. The job lasted only a month but what a glorious month.

I applied for a job there but didn’t get it. I knew it was a long shot, noย long-term experience. I wanted those free Friday lunches! Best company benefit ever! ๐Ÿ™‚

What was the best perk of a job you have had?

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6 thoughts on “Data Zone #2

  1. I once worked at a law firm which involved not only many delicious lunches, some including cocktails (if I hadn’t driven) but also 90 minute lunches every day. On Thursdays, my favorite colleagues and I would always go to one particular club. There were many days I worked through lunch, never leaving my desk, but the lunches I did take were outstanding! ๐Ÿ˜€

    • The longest lunch hour I have had is an hour, 90 minutes would be awesome. I may not go back though. LOL My last job we would sometimes go to the bar after work for a drink or two. Relaxation before hitting home for the night.

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