I currently work for a major hotel company & ive been working nearby for a little over a year. I love my job. Its fun, laid rear legs, flexible and my schedule is great. The pay is not great considering the amount of work i do & within is no room for any advancement.
School is about to be out for the summer & im looking to find a job that pays better, next to benefits & room for advancement. I pay for my schooling (i also recieve financial aid) as well as salary my bills (cell, car note, insurance)
For times past week or so I have been applying at different job & yesterday someone called me back for an interview this thursday. The livelihood i would be doing is a receptionist at a dental office. The pay is channel better then what i make very soon, and there is also good benefits.
I want to stir to the interview and see if i can get the job because i know i hold what they are looking for, but in a ways i have become so comfortable at my current job that i think it will be rock-hard to leave.
pretty much it comes down to:
staying at my current job
not right pay
closer to home
getting a brand new job
rather farther then home (not much though)
what would you do?
Go for it...Try for the new job and nick the benefits. It may help you finish school if something impossible were to happen similar to an illness. The extra money can't hurt either..
Shoot for the better pay and benefits vs. comfort and close to home.
The repay may offset the distance as well.
You can't pummel an offer of health benefits.
Also, if ever a tooth soreness - look no further, although it can't be used as an excuse to not go in-if you know what I mean ;-)
You're still contained by the Customer Care field - accept for the possibility of interfacing beside ;-( those in pain? But, I'm sure you hold compassion.
Otherwise, it sounds like a great opportunity and who knows, mobility can be possible, Medical biller's and Healthcare department management pay is good-you could be promoted!
I will you Lots of Success!