So I went to the second interview for chiropractor assistant. I was so cool and confidant because I had already secured a job that day. Wouldn't you know they called me back that night? Unfortunetly, I did not get the call for two reasons. One, I had my phone set to vibrate during the HOUR AND A HALF long interview and forgot to turn it up, and two, I was too busy puking my guys out. I feel better now so it was just temporary. They want me to job shadow which I am guessing means they are interested.
I have never in my life had the problem of getting two jobs in one day and having to pick one. Ok, I didn't get the CA job just yet, but it looks promising. So now I have a dilemma. Which job? Maybe you can chime in?
Easy job (I can catch up on reading, bring my laptop with me, etc.)
Working around horses (a dream for me and get to see live birth)
Possibilities of future work at this farm
Overnight shift (will not live normal hours of life)
Weather (main barn is heated to 40 degrees and break room is whatever I want but between barns will be cold)
Work may end in June
30 minute drive one way
Not great pay but there was mention of raises
Working every weekend
Great opportunity in medical office setting (possibilities to be trained in radiology as well)
Normal work hours, most weekends and some Thursdays off
15/20 minute drive one way
Long term work
Multitasking more difficult job
STILL working with the public...most of them are in pain
Have to touch people
Travel (plane trips) and be away from home (which isn't really a pro or con I guess but I'm putting it in cons because this means husband has to care for the pets...oh the horror)
Not sure on pay
I have called both jobs and am waiting to hear back to set up dates to start. I don't like juggling them but I don't know what else to do. My logical brain is waiting for the CA job as it is permanent and a better opportunity and my animal loving, easy job wanting brain wants the horse job. I don't want to give up either and I also can't work 24/7.
What do you think? I am so indecisive.