I have 3 jobs already waiting for me, after my short stint in an industry that I feel I won't fit in. Now, the question is... which one should I choose?
I am lucky, that even during these times of crises, I still find opportunities for me in this country. But this time, I would really like to find a job that I'll stick to for as long or longer than the one that I loved but still left behind. I don't want to just accept a job just because I'm in need of money. I would like to find work where I'll be happy, and will let me unleash my potential.
Actually, I have four options:
OPTION A: is for a bank, a credit card company, actually. So that means that I'll be working on a regular schedule. But then that would also mean that I'll be earning just like the regular folks. As for growth, I'm not even sure if I'll grow there. For sure, I have to prove myself first before I demand for it. I don't even know what I'll be doing there if I accept the offer.
OPTION B: is for a huge multinational company. There is definitely opportunities for growth for the program that I'll be in. The office is in a building I'm familiar with and I already know a couple of people that's working there. Again, with other jobs, I first have to prove myself. But then again, that would also mean that I'd have to start over. And oh yeah, I'll only be paid once a month. Although, there are a lot of benefits that's being offered.
OPTION C: is for a call center. The offer is really big. If I'm looking for something that'll help me out financially, then this definitely will be a good choice. Details are still sketchy at this time, but then there's the risk of stability. I know nothing of the company, and I'm afraid that if I accept this job, that I'll be left out after a few months if the company closes down.
OPTION D: is actually for a position in a management consultancy firm. It's something I've never done before, and an industry that I have no prior knowledge of. Financially, I'm not expecting to be offered as much as option B or C, but if what I want is to really veer away from the industry that I've worked for in the last 5 years, then this should be on top of my list. It's sales driven, and is definitely something new. So why not?
Again I am grateful for the opportunities. I am happy that work still comes to me. I just want to be sure that the next one will be the last one.
Oh well, good luck to me!!!