Originally posted by: deadlift
depends on your mental state. what i mean is, how are you handling the unemployment? are you depressed and down in the dumps? i know i would feel pretty fucking useless after a while of doing nothing and taking the job that pays less would probably be better for my mental health.
Originally posted by: barbarossa
'The job you want' is irrelevant, but a job that pays a living wage is essential. I'd hold out for a while longer.
I say this as someone who would be in the same situation but for the fact that I don't even qualify for unemployment - within the next two or three weeks I have to decide whether to stay where I am with no decent paying job prospects or move across the country to a place I can live for free, but destroy my savings in the process... and have no decent paying job prospects.
Originally posted by: Aunt_Pee
i had considered enrolling for electronics/electronic tech first. id like to fix appliances, small house hold electronic repairs, also refurbishing xboxs and ps3s, fixing and possibly building class a amplifiers and pedal in my spare time.
id take that class for two years earn the assoc. degree in that and then go back immediately for the electriction classes and be certified for bigger new home or business construction, generally where the money is really at.