Should I take TWO full time jobs? Please help!?

I'm currently working now part time as a receptionist making $9.00/hr and I love this job but I don't make even ends meet..With the distance I travel to work I make about $140 a week and spend about $95.00 of that in gas alone. So that's why I'm looking for a full time job in which I am now being offered a full time job from 2:30pm to 11:00pm with Global Tel-link making $10.00/hr and the second one from 12:00am to 7:00am making $8.00/hr keeping a cerbale palsy patient, I think both of the jobs would be very easy and manageable but I'm kinda of scared of leaving a good job to take even worser ones, but I'm a single parent & I would love to go back to school and get my degre but I can't afford to and I cannot afford to keep this part time job with no hours. I'm so confused please suggest something. No rude answers please.

Asked By: Kiymora's Mommy - 9/16/2008
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If your a single mom I don't see how you can have 2 full time jobs (especially since u have a baby and not a child in school... More
Answered By: sammie - 9/18/2008
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keep working on it and you'll come up with a better plan
Answered By: 427 in dog years - 9/16/2008
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Answered By: Ithrees S - 9/16/2008
No don't take two full time jobs, you wont have enough time for you kids much less sleep and other housework. If possible take the global-tek link job and go to school full time you should qualify for government assistance via FAFSA. If you go to a community college you should be able to get some money back for living... More
Answered By: Johnta - 9/16/2008
sounds to me, U R trying to burn your candle at both ends....eventually these 2 jobs will catch up 2 U and make ya pass out from exaushten....Global Tek--if that is a selling job over the phone, U R wasting your time...if it is a regular secratery job take it...but taking care of a cerabale patient late at night till... More
Answered By: gleelogan - 9/17/2008
I think that it is very possible to do two full time jobs. One of your jobs is relatively easy, working overnight with a cp patient. This will give you time to sleep or if you take some classes online this would be a good time to catch up on that because am sure the patient will be sleeping. You must look at your goals... More
Answered By: gashi - 9/18/2008
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