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Re: nursery interview apparel

I'm sure it will be mostly outdoors.  Arbor Farms deals more in Trees and
shrubs, but does also carry perennials.  No annuals.  Job is stocking,
watering, customer help.
I do have resumes into a couple of others, one would be more potting and
such I think.

Another drawback to any of these jobs is their temporary nature.  The one
I'm interviewing for runs March to December - then what?  Unemployment I
suppose, but less unemployment than I am currently eligible for.  The
potting job, I'm afraid might even be less $, and less time.

I know I don't sound very confident, and I do appreciate all the
encouragement you'all've given.  But another piece of info has come to
light.  I spoke with IN unemployment today.  What if I can't manage the job?
She told me it is a gamble.  I may or amy not be able to collect
unemployment if I try a job and don't stay with it.  Scary.


----- Original Message ----- 
From: <Cersgarden@aol.com>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Wednesday, February 11, 2004 1:03 PM
Subject: Re: [CHAT] nursery interview apparel

> In a message dated 2/11/04 11:17:49 AM, kmrsy@comcast.net writes:
> << I hate hats, but I suppose I'd just have to get used to it. >>
> Kitty, I dislike hats also and have never worn one but my dermatologist
> telling me I need to wear one.  I do wear sunblock ALL the time.  Sun
> are a necessity and always a bottle of water.  Is the work inside a
> greenhouse or outdoors?  We have no outside work except some outside
perennial benches.
>  The big surprise to me is how exhausting the noise in a greenhouse on a
> windy day.  I usually work in what we call the 'big house' which is bigger
than a
> football field but when business is at its heaviest I move to a small
> greenhouse that is only for employees.  I am a container designer and it
is hard to
> believe how many customers will not plant a container.  A good percent do
> even want to select the plants.  I love it but I do find ones creative
> start to run a little slow after potting all day and it is hot.
>     Just for our own amusement, we keep a running list of dumb questions?
>         Ceres
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