offer 2: manager, one person under you, so you have a managerial role, small company, good benefits
***both offer same amount of money***
Down the road the difference between "good" benefits and "great" benefits can have a huge impact on when and how you retire. You are still a young man, but I was once 29 myself. Trust me. Take the job with the best benefits.
Management is a big jump in responsibility and work, and great benefits > good benefits.
If balance is at all a desirable thing, your only option is 1. Small businesses will run you ragged by necessity.
I'd say the small company. I'd rather work for a small company. Then again, we are in a recession that will worsen and maybe bigger corporation, bigger role = more job security
What's the difference? Take the one that's closer to you or that you want to do more. I guess managing no one is better than managing someone but, if you're only dealing with one person. Who cares? Go for which job suits YOU best!
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People management isn’t always a step up. I’ve been managing a 20person team for 10 years… I look for individual contributor positions weekly.
Being able to be selfish and worry about yourself is a blessing a lot of the time.
Money the same, go for best benefits.
Money, Benefits, Job satisfaction the same go for life. Get paid the most to do the least. Jobs are to make money for your life. Not to live for… in the end you’re a number and the machine will move forward.
Sr Manager for a $17b corporation.