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Consider these long term employment sustainability considerations, and factor in those issues you recognize as being most relevant in the long view.0
In my opinion stay where you're at, good things come to those who wait ✌️43
What Girls & Guys Said
I would stay with the current job and since people are coming and going that opens up opportunities for you to move up and make more money and get experience in a higher paying job. Just work hard, be positive and the promotions will come.20
I'd probably hang tight at your current work place I'd I was in your shoes. That waffle place sounds like it could be more trouble than it's worth. And I never got a raise after 30 days. Plus, I hate strict dress codes.10
Take the Waffle House job. Things sound like they are not going to improve at your current place of employment. Go where you and your skills will be appreciated.10
Well, I think no matter how you see things, you need to a steady job and one place people are leaving and Waffle House has a strict dress code, I would suggest looking for a place that is less stressful but pays good money too11
Any chance you could go to their orientation, just to check it out, without having to quit your current job?11
Id say stick to where you're at. I used to work at Waffle House, albeit briefly. That place is horrendous. The customers, the employees, the district managers. All of them trash. The pay is terrible and the conditions are not up to standard.0
Stick with what you have. 25 cents an hour is not worth the hassle and possible problems.0
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Stay where you are. If you are thinking about a new vocation it will look better if you have a long track record at one place.
I think the restaurant business is a dead end. You should use the pandemic to train for a new career. There are a lot of things you could be doing that pay more than 12 bucks an hour.
Your local community college can hook you up with a counselor.