Out of Focus - the diary of a student radiographer.

Tuesday, February 12, 2008

The results are in...

... and the university have foolishly awarded me a 2:1!

It took me 16 years to get around to doing it but I finally have a degree to my name. Now all I have to do is find a job but, in total contrast to when I started the course, radiography jobs are rather thin on the ground right now.

13 Comments:

  • Huzzah and hurrah.
    Very well done.
    Mort's Mom

    By Blogger Becky, at 5:36 pm  

  • Woohoo!

    Congratulations :o)

    By Blogger Sarah, at 5:46 pm  

  • Fantastic! Well done you!

    (Now go and get a job! ;) :D)

    By Blogger Jeangenie, at 5:59 pm  

  • Bloody students. Get a job;-)
    Well done. 2:1 means you actually did some work!

    By Blogger Lord Hutton, at 8:09 pm  

  • Well done Lisa! Feels great doesn't it :-)

    Gottle - another late graduate!

    By Blogger Allthebridges, at 8:48 pm  

  • I've no idea why it's letting me post as "AlltheBridges" - sorry to the real ATB :-(

    By Blogger Allthebridges, at 8:48 pm  

  • Good job indeed!

    By Blogger Lois, at 12:35 am  

  • Congratulations!

    By Blogger Stu, at 2:31 pm  

  • Ooh - lots of comments!

    Thanks for your kind words guys. :)

    By Blogger Lisa, at 10:57 pm  

  • Well done!!

    By Blogger Dan, at 3:20 am  

  • Way to stick with it! We have 5 Radiography programs in my city alone not to mention throughout the rest of the state of FL. You have get your foot in the door by doing some PRN or take a shift that you might not like at first but the jobs are out there. Turnover is still creating some jobs, but, yes they are defintely thin.

    By Blogger Dan, at 12:54 am  

  • Hi there Lisa!

    Wow, congrats on your 2:1!

    I just came across your blog after searching on Google, and I was wondering if I coudl link to you, and you to me as it would help my traffic and page ranking.

    My radiography student blog is:

    http://thestudentradiographer.blogspot.com/

    Please leave me a message if you happen to get this.

    Well done!

    By Blogger The Student Radiographer, at 7:15 pm  

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