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Sunday, June 12, 2011

Working as radio DJ

Last Thursday, June 2nd, 2011, marked the day when I eagerly applied for the position of a deejay at the renowned rock FM station in Roxas, Isabela. After expressing my interest and undergoing the initial screening process, I was informed that I would receive a call the following day, Friday, for a sample airing. However, despite my anticipation, the expected message never reached me. As the day passed without any communication from the station, I couldn't help but feel a sense of disappointment and uncertainty about my prospects.

Reflecting on the situation, I couldn't shake off the nagging feeling that perhaps my geographical location posed a hindrance to securing the position. Living in a different area from the station's headquarters, I realized that logistical challenges might have influenced their decision-making process. Despite my qualifications and enthusiasm for the role, it seemed that practical considerations might have outweighed other factors in their deliberations.

Nevertheless, as I mulled over the events of the past few days, I couldn't help but feel that a simple courtesy gesture would have provided some closure to the situation. While I understood the complexities involved in recruitment decisions, a brief message informing me of my status would have been greatly appreciated. Such small acts of consideration go a long way in maintaining professionalism and respect in the hiring process, leaving candidates with a positive impression regardless of the outcome.

But to give you an idea of what deejays are doing, you may click here for the details: It's full of information there published by the website.

With regards on how to work as a deejay, here's ehow's file for your readings: Thank you guys.

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