Good news

The photo is from Andrea Piacquadio at

For the visually challenged writer, the photo shows a man sitting at a desk holding a cup of coffee in his right hand. He’s looking intently at the screen on his laptop and he has a smile on his face.


Both the online test and interview were simple, and Danial got through them easily.

He was keen to get this job as this Fortune 100 company that he was interested in had a crumb trail leading to bigger, better jobs.

What he was worried about was his age. He wasn’t a young executive anymore, but having worked more than 15 years in hi-tech jobs meant that he might be considered too old for the beginner level.

He was solvent right now and had little savings in his account, but a job offer would be most welcome at this time with the current state of the economy.

Fingers crossed, he fired up his laptop and was happy to see the job offer.


In response to the following prompts;

FFFC # 219, hosted by Fandango

simple | level | crumb | fortune| solvent

Greg’s Five words weekly challenge




59 thoughts on “Good news

      1. I worry for my son who is in a tech start-up. My daughter was laid off during the shutdowns for 10 months, but now has a job with the University of California Berkeley. She wanted a municipal or university job for stability after her last experience.

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