As for a possible lack of activity, I feel ya there. I recently started a new job myself. 60+ hour weeks are a bit of a bear, but having a title and some influence in one of the schnazziest restaurants in the state has been pretty neat thus far.
My new job title is GIS analyst II, for a consulting firm that wants to start getting environmental contracts. Once they start getting environmental work, I will be doing most of the field work, and teaching a couple of their other employees how to do wetland and forest stand investigations. Taking the GIS classes last fall really helped out, or else I don’t think I would have ended up with this job.
The commute won’t be too bad, about 40 minutes each way, but I am very excited to have an office to work out of again.
It is a catch 22, you can’t get the work without the staff, but you can’t pay the staff without the work. I am skilled in other areas, and can do work aside from environmental, which is why they hired me. I have no fears about them eventually getting environmental work, and until then I can do the GIS thing, and see about getting a Geographic Information Systems Professional (GISP) license.
Unless you were talking about the sentence structures instead of the content. If it is about the grammar, that is just how Ospprod does.