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Originally posted by SamoneLenior SamoneLenior wrote:


is this a real question?


Why do you ask? Confused
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I would choose Money but usually the more money you make the better the title and responsibility that you have 
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the question isn't very clear

so I used a common denominator

you can give your own example
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My initial response was worldly as hell. I had to check myselfDead
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Yeah it's not a dead end job. It would require me to brush up on some technical knowledge that I have no experience in. And I also have a referral.

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Money thanks...
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Originally posted by rickysrose rickysrose wrote:

the question isn't very clear

so I used a common denominator

you can give your own example


For instance, say you had the qualifications to be a teacher, for example. Teachers don't get paid much. But you had the chance to score a technical job that requires little education but better pay and solid benefits and make a career out of it.


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people begin new jobs that are not in their current field all the time

if you are interested in it (even a little bit), don't let the fact that is not in your field deter you from applying/interviewing
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Originally posted by SamoneLenior SamoneLenior wrote:


where did you get dead end job from?


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As far as the OP goes I think it depends on how long you are set to do this. If this is going to be a long term career you may end up burning out. I believe an article was posted here not to long ago about how folks who went into jobs they didnt like for the pay usually ended up more stressed and unhappy over all. If its just short turn to save some duckets until you find what you really want then Id do it asap.
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Originally posted by SweetNovember* SweetNovember* wrote:

[QUOTE=rickysrose]the question isn't very clear

so I used a common denominator

you can give your own example
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For instance, say you had the qualifications to be a teacher, for example. Teachers don't get paid much. But you had the chance to score a technical job that requires little education but better pay and solid benefits and make a career out of it.


do you (hypothetically) have a strong passion for teaching?

if you can't imagine doing anything else then I would say keep teaching

how long have you worked in your field?
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