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Dream job wants to hire me, only at my current position 4 months….


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I recently got an offer from my dream job. I applied to this specialty and this specific job at least 5 times. When I finally gave up and went into a different specialty to start making money and paying loans, this dream job posted the job again. I decided to apply one more time and this time I got it! The problem is that I have only been at my position 4 months and my job has been taking the time to train me. I can’t help but feel an overwhelming sense of guilt. What’s the best way to go about this? 

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Agree with the above. You were the one working for the paternalistic physician urgent care owner and you were miserable just a month ago. What are you waiting for? You were applying for a reason. Take an ice cold shower, stop being indecisive, and go for it. 

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Probably the most routine question I asked at an interview.  “Is this position being newly created, or has there been a prior provider?”. RARELY did applicants ask this question at interviews where I was looking for a replacement provider.  I came to the conclusion that folks just don’t know how to talk to one another without a phone between them, much less interview.

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Yeah I get the feeling because I am a people pleaser. But just realize this is a business and the same employer would have no concerns with terminating your contract if it was in their best interest. Be a good human, but also realize that you have to take care of yourself, because no one else in this business will. That being said I would be very sure it was your dream job and it’s a good working environment because if you leave the second one before 6 months it starts to put up some red flags.

 

 

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