Chapter 4 – Extract 6 from The Paradise Induction!
“Okay.” I stared at him for a second. Not glared. “Okay, I’ll think about it.”
I returned the next day and told Draco I would be staying.
Two weeks later, Draco resigned and a new manager replaced him.
I didn’t have any other psychopaths for employers.
In all my other jobs, I’d either been promoted or asked to stay when the time came for me to move on. The only occupation I quit was as an administrator, conducting fund-disinvestments for an investment solutions firm.
I was twenty-two and acquired the role straight after University, but after four months, I simply had to escape. It had been nothing but nine to five working a job that had no prospects, consistent drunken nights on Fridays and Saturdays, and lots of inter-office flings.
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