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After 12 years on the job would you:

  • A. Stay on and hope for the best?

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  • B. Take 1/2 pay, insurance, and go to school for 4 years?

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  • C. Take $100,000 before taxes and say bye?

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  • D. Take option B or C and train dogs?

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Pondering career--Not so much dog related

2318 Views 11 Replies 11 Participants Last post by  birdy1646
With the most recent waves in the water. Just curious.
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I have no experience with this but will offer my thoughts (which are worth exactly what you are paying for them!).

At 33 you are young enough to change your chosen career with little impact in the long run. I do not recall you saying if you are single or married with kids, etc. which may have an impact on your thought process.

Anyway, as someone above said, if they are offering you money to quit, what is the next step?

Also, you did not say whether you have gone to school previously or not. 1/2 pay and 4years of college (If I recall the option correctly) maybe the right option. But, again, this is a personal decision.

Either way you are young and will land on your feet! Best of luck with your decision.

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