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Job Choice
Posted: Jun 7, 2005 5:32 PM
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Hey all,
I had my first interview today, it sounds promising. The
interviewer mentioned though that he is leaving for vacation
soon and he will hire someone this week! While this sounds
like an awesome thing, what about holding out for other
schools? I have another interview tomorrow but aside from
that should I take what I can get or risk waiting something
else out? I don't want to accept this one and then tell them
I'm going somewhere else. I don't need to burn bridges this
early in the game.

The school is in a semi-rural area which is what I want and
they are also building a completely new school in the next
three years. I was told they are moving into the new school
not just adding it to the district. The pay isn't what I
expected, but it's not too bad. They also mentioned they
just signed a new three year contract.

What do you guys think?

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