I was offered a sales position for Terminix in Portland, OR for this coming summer. I'm hired, but we only do training during the spring. I am applying to become a mover for a few reasons. I am really good at it. I can move a lot of things in a short period of time. I love looking at the layout and design of others' homes. Most importantly, though, I need steady income right now. I don't want to be in financial limbo until the summer, especially with accruing student debt. I would rather settle in Tucson than hop from city to city as I work on my psychology degree.
I should note some weaknesses. Firstly, have an eye condition called infantile nystagmus. I have chosen to forgo driving. I can legally drive, but since this condition's symptoms are erratic, I am not always safe on the road. As a mover, I will do the grunt work, not the shipments. Second, I was diagnosed bipolar in September of 2018, six months after my most recent concussion. I was recently downgraded to a diagnosis of cyclothymia, which is far more accurate. The point is my medication regimen is not set in stone, but it should be by the time I'm employed. I will make sure of it.
Whoever is reading this is looking at a guy who cannot afford to fail. I am proud of my recovery from total confusion and depression. The recovery is not complete, but I'm certainly not going backwards. With that being said, I'm urgent to find work because I want to finish my degree in a timely manner. I have the mindset now to be reliable and succeed. You couldn't count on me to hold down a basic job just a short time ago. I had to clear the cobwebs.
I write this list of skills in anticipation of becoming a mover.
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