What job should my girlfriend take?

My girlfriend is trying to decide between two jobs. One job is working in the beauty industry and would be great, but it is happens to be an hour commute. The other job is working for an up and coming pharmaceutical company as an assistant to 4 vice presidents, plus it is right around the corner. Any suggestions?

Asked By: justmiller22 - 7/18/2006
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She needs to take the job that most closely matches what she loves to do in life. Which of the jobs would she do if she weren't getting paid at all? Get what I mean here? The only way to be happy at any job, regardless of money, or commute or whatever, is to do work that truly makes you happy. Ask her what her... More
Answered By: Flyleaf - 7/18/2006
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Answered By: chemicalimbalance000 - 7/18/2006
The one that is best for her abilities! No of us can make that decision for her and neither can you.
Answered By: drinkupmehearties - 7/18/2006
Answered By: SHELIA S - 7/18/2006
closer one, gas prices to high to commute every day for an hour!! BTW is that a one way or round trip commute?
Answered By: kcracer1 - 7/18/2006
commuting sucks...but so does baby sitting for upper management....How ever she should do what makes HER happy. You work most of your life...and life is way to short to spend most of your time doing something that doesn't make you happy.
Answered By: Tammy C - 7/18/2006
Does one pay better than the other? Does she like the beauty industry - if so, the commute may be worth it. Do they both offer any kind of benefits? Does she think she may like one job better than the other? Sometimes being happy at a job is more rewarding than if the other paid more. Would she be driving the hour... More
Answered By: hotmomma - 7/18/2006
Go with the one she wants most and/or the one with the most money involved
Answered By: j26eh - 7/18/2006
tell her to take that pharmaceutical job she's going to be making some d**n good money and i think they said that minimum wage she could start at 26.00 an hour depending on what company she is working for.
Answered By: g_gurl161 - 7/18/2006
Choose the one that has the better future. Not to mention better pay and benefits.
Answered By: railcar_exp - 7/18/2006
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Answered By: speedyjr28 - 7/18/2006
I'm currently building my business as an Independent Beauty Consultant with Mary Kay and am looking for sharp, positive women to join my team. There are four reasons women become MK consultants: 1. Money, 2. Flexibility, 3. Fun, 4. Hope. The starter kit is $100 and comes with over $300 worth of product, so worst case... More
Answered By: Adina K - 7/19/2006
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