Full time job or part time job that would help with work experience?
I got called for a job interview. Wondering if it would be a stupid move to quit my full time, descent paying job, for a job 15 hours less a week. I'm probably gonna be making less pay too, but I need the work experience to go along with my accounting degree that I'm hoping to have in less than a year. Should i go for my interview? Or are there plenty of accounting jobs out there that pay well right out of college with no experience needed?
Asked By: nbk247 - 10/19/2010
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if this is just a part-time job, is there any way you could do both? I am assuming this would be for a limited time-right? Go to the interview. It can't hurt. You don't have to take the job,but, if you don't go, you'll probably be kicking yourself for not.
Answered By: cc - 10/19/2010
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Don't do it. If you're making more money now, don't do it. What you can do, however, is switch to that job, and with those free hours, find a part time job in the accounting field to fill those hours up. That way, you have two jobs, possibly more money, and more experience for your resume.
Answered By: Davy - 10/19/2010
Existing higher salary or future development, I think I would choose the latter.
Answered By: Cherry N - 10/19/2010
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