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Job Contract - March 30th 2015, 12:11 PM

I am trying to decide something. I might get offered a contract job of 2-6 months which is in the middle of nowhere, I still need to do the interview over Skype with the company. I had applied to the positions: cook, baker, and dishwasher.

I am unsure if I should consider the job, it wouldn't hurt to do an interview over Skype with them first to see what they say.

Where I am now, I have a job interview today and another one is coming up, and I need to call someone back because they want to interview me. On top of that, I just got a cleaning job to clean someone's house once a week for two hours. I just offered to pick up dog poop for others in an ad, which I already have two clients.

Other things I need to consider is; I am going into treatment, not sure when; but soon. I just want to get away and work, I've always wanted to do that. It's one of those dreams I've had. I know I can apply to the catering job next year.

I am unsure. I guess putting my thoughts down has helped but I am still stuck in the middle on this. Does anyone have any suggestions or advice?

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Re: Job Contract - March 31st 2015, 03:28 AM

You should definitely consider the job! It seems that there are multiple openings. I mean sure, it's far away, but you won't know if you like it until you try it. I totally get that it's nice to make money as your own boss helping out clients, but I think that the other opportunity is more valuable, both to your resume and to your soul.

I have lots of weird job experience. I also interview people over Skype as part of my current job. You can always PM me for job advice etc!

Let us know what you choose!

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