All week I am attending the Transition Assistance Program seminar, where I am supposed to learn how to survive in the civilian world. They're so serious about this civilian adjustment stuff that we even get to wear civvies all week! Today I learned that nobody cares what rank I attained (duh), and that nobody understands our acronyms (nfw!), and that I have to wear a dress or, possibly, a skirt in order to get a job (srsly?).
So it's mostly about how to get a job, which is something that I will want to have eventually. The briefers repeatedly said that we should tell everybody we know (and lots of people we don't know) that we are looking for work. So, here I am, telling lots of people that I want a job. Eventually. In Oslo. But no rush. I need some funemployment first. But if you know someone who needs a research assistant, or a program manager, or a GIS person, or a programmer, or a trumpet player... in Oslo... in, say, September or October or, perhaps, next March... Well, please pass the word. :-)