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05 March 2014 @ 01:04 pm
In another twist  
I got phoned by the agency again for job 2, they have had new feedback that because I gave such a strong interview they want to have me on lost and stolen cards instead. This position was full but I guess they want to swap someone with me. I do like the idea of helping panicked people who've had their card lost or stolen, but this is the scenario I interviewed for, and found challenging.

This doesn't change anything does it? Its just my ego being stroked that making me think twice. I told the agency my dilemma and they asked if the other job paid more, maybe I could use it as leverage for more money, but IDK, like I said it doesn't really change anything does it? Any way I've been given an hour and half to think it over, before they call me. I have to say no don't I? I feel this decision should be easy but it's not, job one may be more laid back but it doesn't feel secure. IDK why, I guess just because I dont know all that much, I've not met anyone and I start in 5 days (Only 2 working days) and still nothing is sorted. No laptop, no training info, it feels like a gamble, but then again it could be me being anxious and paranoid as I tend to be. Laptops can be shipped overnight, training will begin on day one I assume even if I don't know what it entails.
Katiefantasysci5 on March 5th, 2014 05:41 pm (UTC)
Go with your heart. It seems both jobs have an element of stress, so I would pick the one that stresses you out least.
Ascendant Angel: Molly from wallascendant_angel on March 5th, 2014 11:49 pm (UTC)
I went with job one. I think it's the best chose and I got more info today from the agency so that made me feel better.

I lied to my mum today though and told her I started this week and it was going well because she wants me to move home, and I knew that had she known I hadn't started shed have made me move back in instead. Am I as bad as I feel for doing this? I don't want to move back home. I will near the end but not now. I have a life here and decent job (well I hope so) and for the first time in years things are looking up.
Katiefantasysci5 on March 6th, 2014 01:09 am (UTC)
I don't think it makes you bad. I think we're usually most critical of ourselves. I have a bad habit that I feel horrible. *hugs* I'm glad you found out more about the job.