Right now, wrong future
Flashback to the days when this now-longtime IT pilot fish is about to graduate from college — and, naturally, he’s in serious job-search mode.
“I was working part-time in a programming job for a small consulting firm,” says fish. “It looked like I’d be getting a full-time offer, but I wasn’t confident of their future — I had seen some of their financials.”
Which puts the company in fish’s fallback spot — his “until something better comes along” option.
So he interviews with a company across town that sounds a lot more interesting. It provides banking software and computing services to small banks and credit unions, through terminals at the banks connected to the company’s