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Good day from the magical world of Amida recruitment.
I am Joe Taylor of the Taylor clan of North Birmingham, unless you’re my Nan and I am Joseph McDonnell of the Galway contingent! It’s a long story and one very seldom spoken of or heard about unless you happened to be lost in the dark and dingy back streets of Digbeth, Birmingham.
Aside from this and once the family feuds of the late 90’s were settled, an adventurous and might I say ridiculously good looking young buck set out one morning to find work in the construction industry. It seemed to make sense as his Father was in construction and his Father’s Father was also in construction, although I think his Great Grandfather was a Milkman, if records prove to be correct (however we’re not 100% on this).
He scoured the land high and low for work in the construction industry; he walked down every street for literally metres around, dragging his disheartened teenage knuckles across the gloomy floor as he went. A sound whistled out across the skies, the clouds began to lift and as light settled at the end of the street he could see it clearly for the first time… a construction site (the same one his Dad had sent him to 2 hours ago).
As he approached the gates he was greeted by what can only be described as a real man, one with hair on his fingers and gold in his mouth, he was a brickie and was in need of a brick layers mate, sounds great thought young Joe “not only do I get some work but I can make friends too”. It turns out that a brick layers mate is neither a brick layer nor anybody’s mate. All of this is rather insignificant though, as part way in to the first day Joe suffered a terrible injury that ended his career as a “brick layers mate” right in its tracks.
The injury, commonly known in the Brick laying trade as “slightly sore finger” did not however affect his ability to enter in to the world of recruitment. After working in recruitment for nearly 6 years, you will be pleased to know that the “slightly sore finger” that once nearly ended a young mans career, is completely rehabilitated and has flourished in the company of his seven compadres to become the dialling finger of choice.
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