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- a panel of three assessing my skills and experiences for half an hour;
- fifteen minutes spent preparing answers to four questions; and
- learning that I was the recommended applicant while in Melbourne on long service leave;
I am mindful of being in the grey zone, a liminal space of how an admin assistant dubbed me in proper noun significance – The New Start.
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