When Is Possibility Enough?

The interview was really interesting. I think it could be a fun place to work.

Here’s my fear: the job doesn’t pay particularly well, and the job is a little bit less challenging than I was hoping for. I would be more like an office manager than a leader in the company, and I would also be in charge of the office cat.

However, and this is big, there is possibility for major growth in the company, and for a promotion in the near-mid term. So even if I start off small, I can learn the business, figure out how it works and then start to move up. I have been promoted almost everywhere I have every worked, so I think it’s a good bet that they would want to keep me on. If it doesn’t work out, I can always apply to graduate school (again), right?

I am going to sleep on it one more night, as I have a second interview on Thursday. Let me know what you think.

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  1. This sounds promising AML! Send me an email with deets…

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