When you’re starting out, you can have a pretty tough time getting into the internetworking world.
But it’s easy to get caught up in the hype and the buzz, or you can even get caught in the trap of believing it’s the best option.
That’s exactly what happened to Meghan Hynes, who was looking for a job in the early days of internetworking and came across the word job insecurity in an article in a local newspaper.
Hynes was intrigued and decided to go on a quest to find out more.
A month after the article was published, she found herself interviewing at the internetwork offices in Melbourne, Australia.
“It was very exciting,” she says.
“I was looking to work on my own and be part of something new.
I wanted to learn how to make a living from the internet.”
So, after months of interviews, Hynes decided to apply.
After a quick interview, Hinesons interview was put on hold until her parents could get back to work.
She says it took a while for the company to get to know her and the people she was interviewing with.
Hineson said it was a little scary being there every day.
“A lot of people will think they’re doing it right, but it’s not like they’re just doing it for a paycheck,” she said.
“When you’re looking for jobs, it’s like a job search.
It’s a long, hard process.”
For Hynes and her family, she says she was very excited about the opportunity to work for a company that offers opportunities for internetworking.
But what happened when the interview ended?
It was during one of her interviews when she heard a message on the phone that was so confusing that she felt the need to take her daughter with her.
“That’s when I just felt like my life was ending,” Hynes said.
Hanesons interview at the webwork offices was put off because of the confusing message.
Photo: Supplied The next day, Hensons family called the company and Hynes had to sit through a two-hour meeting with the manager.
Hys had no idea how the call ended.
“They were like, ‘You’re in this job, we’re looking at you for a couple of weeks.
What is your goal?'”
Hines told ABC News.
“And I was like, oh my god, no.
I mean, I was pretty sure that was it, but that was really the hardest thing.
I just couldn’t fathom why it was happening.”
The next morning, Hness parents called and asked for an explanation.
Henson says that after she explained that she was looking at the possibility of a job with internetwork, the manager offered her the position of web designer.
But she says the company didn’t have enough money for the position.
The next step?
“It’s kind of like a journey of self discovery,” Hines said.
She began looking for other opportunities online.
“In the end, I just ended up taking the job, because I just didn’t know what I wanted,” Hnesons said.
At the beginning of May, Hinsons family was still trying to figure out what she wanted to do with her life.
“At first, I didn’t even know if I wanted a job,” Hyss said.
The internetworking job Hines had considered was just a part-time job.
She said she never really thought about it as being a career.
“The idea of a full-time, full-paid job is a lot more appealing to me,” she told ABC.
Hinss family says she did not apply to the job because she didn’t want to be a burden.
“If it wasn’t for me, my parents would have been stuck in their jobs,” Hinson said.
But then, Hynson said, her parents were very supportive.
“My parents have been really great.
My dad was just super supportive and they would talk about what we’re going through, how they’re dealing with this job and how they want us to deal,” she explained.
Hynsons family says the support has been a huge help.
“So much has changed in the last year, from being just like me, just struggling with the idea of being a full time employee to being just the best mom and the best dad and being able to put our daughter on the path to success, I feel so blessed.”
The job she had considered wasn’t the job she wanted, but she said she was happy with the work she was doing.
Hayson says the work is rewarding, but the challenge is always the same.
“Every day you’re dealing in a different way with the challenges that you face,” she added.
You have to always be