I recently got hired working for the state. The pay, and the benefits that come with it is great. The bad part is I am in school and this job will not work around my school schedule, unlike the job I have now. The job I have now will give me time off, if needed. To be honest, the job I have now is very flexible. The only problem is the pay rate.
This new job, their schedule isn't consistent. You don't have a set day nor shift so even if I wanted to work my school schedule around my job, I can't because nothing is set. I'm struggling at the moment so the pay rate is the only thing making me want to say YES but other than that I'm not sure. My fiancé has been away for sometime and he's going to be coming home soon. I have been planning this very romantic vacation for us but now with this new job, I'm not sure if that's gonna happen.
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You need to be more clear. "recently got hired working for the state", "the job I have now", "this new job". Is this a second job or a new job you are accepting? It's a little unclear if you are accepting two jobs at the same time or if you are leaving one or what. For what it's worth, government jobs can be furloughed (laid off). If the pay and benefits are great (with the state job), why not just quit school? You don't have to go to school necessarily if you have a great job with great pay and benefits. Only go part time or take online courses and take your time.0
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