I have been working as a Process Engineer for a decade and eight out of those ten years, in overseas. Currently, I am in Japan and this country is turning to be my second home. Being in Japan for 7 years, I feel like I am turning Japanese especially when it comes to work ethics.
Next week, the company is sending me for a two-week training and technical meeting. I'd like to think that I am doing my job well especially with the trust and support the company is giving me. I have been to various meetings, refinery start-ups, trouble shootings, trainings in various parts of the world. Exploring the places I've never been is only secondary to the knowledge that I will acquire from these assignments and responsibilities.
To be honest, 95% of my trips abroad are brought by my job. Almost every month I am out of Japan meeting clients, giving presentations, perform operations to oil and gas markets. And I am thankful for each opportunity that comes my way. It is a challenging job that I never imagined to be in someday when I was still studying. I just hope that my health can keep up though. Earlier this year, I got influenza after visiting a refinery in Taiwan. Whew!
My life here is fast-paced. My job is always in a rush. This is my life.
Life of a salaryman.
Always in a rush, but so full of interest! Fine photo.ReplyDelete
yeah - but i wish to pause for a while too hahaDelete
Sounds like a career crammed with surprises and opportunities. Love the quiet, thoughtful feeling in your photo.ReplyDelete
Thanks Gemma. Yeah, can't really complain, i love my jobDelete
Fast-paced but satisfying and fulfilling I guessReplyDelete
Wonderful photo! I agree to Gemma. I love the quiet and thoughtful atmosphere!ReplyDelete
Thanks Lonett :-)Delete