Friday, September 12, 2008

Oh man.

As of right now I live a comfortable life.
My income well surpasses my bills & spending.
And we have both Dave & my income to live on.
Everyone knows double incomes are the best.
That may change soon.

USBIC is the company I have been working for since January.
They're based in DC
I love my job.
I have the flexibility of working from home.
I am provided with an amazing salary.

There is so many details in many different directions that I don't want to try and unravel the story for you. Basically, USBIC, which was founded in 1933 may be closing down.
Well, it's probably 95% sure that they will.

I just got off the phone with Kevin, the President, and he said "if you find another job, take it. Come Monday I think we will all be looking for jobs."

Which means, yours truly will have to find a real job.

I don't know where life is going to take me.
But..it will be okay.

15 comments:

THE Stephanie said...

Oh wow! I'm so sorry to hear that. I'm sure that was startling and I will certainly be thinking of you and your hubby.

Liz said...

I'll say a prayer for you this afternoon! Good luck, we're all pulling for you.

My home - My life said...

Oh no - that stinks. How devastating. I wish you the best. I am sure you won't have trouble finding another job - I hope you can get one just like you've got now because it seems like you have it made. Keep us updated and best of luck!

Amber said...

Bummer!!! I know you love your job...if change does come, it will be exciting to see what else is to come....I'll be watching.

BTW...as a nurse, I'm still trying to get over...your hand washing post....:^)

Mamarazzi said...

big bummer. i know how awesome it is to be able to work from home. i lost a job where i was working from home so i started my own business so i could continue. is what you do something that you can offer as a contract worker for other companies?

good luck!

Meg said...

yikes! I'm so sorry!

Inspired Kara said...

Wow. I know this has to be incredibly stressful, all the uncertainty. Keep your chin up. This could be a cool opportunity to persue a dream you may never have thought possible before!!

Inspired Kara said...

Oh, and an award waits for you over at my place....

Ripley F. :-) said...

Oh man!! That stinks!! Hope you can find another job where you can work at home... I'll say a little prayer!!

Rachel said...

I am right there with ya sista...I work in the homebuilding business and for a small builder, after 3 layoffs we are now down to 12 employees and begging our banks to pay our payroll and overhead until things pick up...hmmm...want can we do to make money? I wish you all the best...whats meant to be will be is my motto; just hold on tight and hope for the best. I'm thinking of you.

Mama's Losin' It said...

Oh no! I'm so sorry. I bet with your credentials and experience you won't have any problems finding something as equally great.

Your optimism is refreshing and you're so right. Everything will work out!!

Glamorous Life of a House Wife said...

Ah! I know that can definitely be scary...but always remember WHO is in control. I'll say a prayer for you now as you begin a job hunt.

Employee No. 3699 said...

When I first started reading I thought you were going to say you were pregnant.

I'm sorry about your job situation, but I am confident you will find another.

Hang in there.

countrygirl3031 said...

Oh Megan...I'm sorry to hear that. We've been cutting people here at Cardinal too. Seems like it's happening all over. Pretty scary! Keep the faith..I'm sure you'll find something!

Hugz,
Michele

Princess Abigail said...

Why do I have a funny feeling that you are going to be just fine?

You are witty, you are smart, you are nice, you are poised ... you are everything any recruiter would dream of.

You are a WINNER Megan!!!