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Thank you to my Finance Family and to the KSearch Clan

Yuu Shomura

Yuu Shomura was with KSearch for a year and she left the company last January 5 with nothing but positive remarks for everyone.
 
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Tomorrow I’ll probably wake up automatically at 5am and then realize that I don’t have to go to work anymore.
 
I feel weird, I am sad that I won’t be seeing you all 5 times a week but I am excited to learn a lot of new things that hopefully will make me better equipped to face the world.
 
You have all been wonderful, I am so sorry if all I can say is “thank you”. I am ashamed that I have nothing else to give back for all the kindness that everyone has shown me. Thank you doesn’t seem enough, but please know that I am really happy and grateful to each and everyone of you, everybody really made life at KSearch a very enjoyable experience. Challenging but fun, there are a lot of moments worth treasuring and I am so proud to have worked in one of the top head hunters in the Philippines.
 
I honestly didn’t want to even take part in this 2011 Christmas party because I thought it would make leaving a lot more harder, but I am glad I stayed long enough for it.
 
Please know that although I won’t be working in KSearch anymore, you all have a special place in my heart.
 
KSearch has really been awesome, I want everybody to know that I am leaving not because of the company; I have nothing bad to say about how we are like a big, goofy but very caring family. A family with lots of unique personalities and very supportive brothers and sisters. I am leaving because the path that I want to take is telling me that I need more things to help me get to where I am going.
 
Dearest MRG, thank you so much for believing in my capabilities. I am glad that my first job was an awesome one. Thank you.
 
Miss Bobbie, hopefully I can be like you someday—so talented and inspiring. Thank you for all the advice.
 
Ma’am Ross, my scout master! The person who taught me the rope! Hugs! Thank you so much. Without you, I would have never learned how much of a fighter I was. Before, when I knew I was no good at something, I would just give up and not do it anymore. I always stuck with things I was good at. Now I will fight the battle before giving up the war.
 
Ma’am Joy, I will really miss your very “mahinhin” and “hindi makabasag pinggan” attitude. Whenever you come to our area, it is your witty comments that wake us up.
 
Ma’am Mia, I think I’ll see you often in Megamall with Bea and your husband.
 
Ma’am Malou, Ola! Chikka! Your sunny disposition helped motivate me to continue working hard.
 
Greatchilllll, I will miss your big words and your antics.
 
Ma’am Tess, thank you for being so caring about my welfare. I missed the care a mother gives her daughter, my mom has been in Japan for so long, and the little things you did for me really made me feel loved.
 
Ma’am Verns, your words really helped out. Thank you for being there when I didn’t know what to do.
 
Mommy V, thanks for the support.  I will always be grateful.
 
Caryn, thanks for being my shoulder to cry on. Hugs!
 
Gani, my partner in crime. I will miss our evil moments and old song playlists.
 
Lean, confidence!!! Please have more confidence in yourself; you are capable of so much.
 
Dave, loosen up Dude! Be Gani’s new partner!
 
Miss Tin and Sir Leo, it was so fun working with you both.
 
Miss Joyce, thank you for being so nice.
 
Thank you to each one of you. I love you all!
 
THANK YOU, KSEARCH!
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