“I had a lovely time with the two ladies at the front desk”.
I was fresh out of college and desperately looking to start a career that didnt involve serving burgers, wiping down storefront shelves, or bringing stuffy old businessmen their coffee. On average, I was applying to six jobs a week and going to maybe half as many interviews. I knew my major in English wasnt likely to be met with high demand, but I honestly thought my options would prove more promising. Still, I remained optimistic, persevered, and only applied to comfortable office jobs with b. Ive been debating whether to post this here or on r/talesfromthefrontdesk, but this story honestly seems more appropriate for lets not meet. Im 20 years old and a front desk agent at a mid-range hotel in a small, East coast city. Im a full-time student at the university and live alone in a one-bedroom apartment in a neighborhood made up of mostly college students. At the hotel, Ive had to deal with a fair amount of unpleasant or creepy people, since a young woman in a customer service jo.
I'm the Only Woman at My IT Job and Now I Know Why.
I spent 3 months and 2 weeks traveling through Southeast Asia ( Thailand. Laos, Vietnam, Singapore, Cambodia) and I'm writing this for those who are thinking about visiting. I'll cover as much as possible. AMA if you want more info. x200B. Pre-Trip* I booked a flight with All Nippon Airways (ANA) for 530 round-trip four months before departing. I flew out of Los Angeles (LAX) to Bangkok (BKK. Trip started September 11th and ended December 23rd. no.