Tuesday, December 05, 2006
About two months ago I interviewed for a job at a conservative law firm. The job pays $1600/month, which is $10/hour. Which I think is bullshit. I never heard back from them. Then yesterday I got an email from the woman that I interviewed with asking if I'd be interested in the job. Well, not really. I mean, I need a full-time job but I kind of don't want to work there and I was hoping to find something that paid more than $10/hour. My other horrible awful full-time job paid $12/hour, which still wasn't that much. Right now I have about 4 part-time jobs and the main one, the internship, is something that I really like. It is interesting and I like the people that I work with and everything. If only it was full-time, but its not. So, do I keep sweating it out at internship in hopes that either they will eventually hire me full-time or I will get offered a job by one of the 25 companies I have interviewed with lately, or do I fold all and take this job, for little pay, doing something that doesn't sound that interesting to me, just so that I have a full-time job and can stop freaking out already?