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Job Interview--This could change everything

January 23rd, 2007 at 01:37 am

About a month ago, DH emailed his resume to a company that was looking for help. Today he got a call and set up an interview for Friday.

I know he really 'dislikes' his current job. I guess it has stopped being challenging for him, and he is bored most of the time. The job he is interviewing for is what he went to school for, and something he really enjoys doing so he is pretty excited. The pay is comparable (maybe a couple dollars more an hour) to what he is making now...not sure about benefits yet.

I know I should be happy for him.......The problem is, we work for the same company on opposite shifts. The flexibilty is great. They allow him (an hourly employee) to work a straight 8 hours, with a 15 minute paid lunch, so that he can leave when I start work. I bring DS to work with me, and DH takes him home.

If he takes this job we will have to find a part time daycare for DS. And if we have another baby this year, that will be 2 kids in daycare part time. The reason I started working 2nd shift is because I didn't want to use daycare. I could change my hours to go in a 2 hours later, but still don't know if he could get home that early...plus I don't want to get home at 1:00 a.m.!!!

Maybe I am getting ahead of myself a little bit...I know its only an interview. I feel terrible about hoping that he doesn't get the job when I know that it is something that he wants. Plus, I don't want him to walk away from what could be a great career move.

After the interview on Friday, I will see what he has to say. I will wait until then to discuss all of my concerns with him. Whatever happens, we will work it out.

4 Responses to “Job Interview--This could change everything”

  1. Amber Says:

    good luck, hope every thing works out with the interview

  2. boomeyers Says:

    I guess you can hope it turns out the way you want, really by leaving it in the hands of the big guy.

  3. monkeymama Says:

    Good Luck! Hopefully it will all work out for the best.

  4. LuxLiving Says:

    Perhaps you should talk to him before the interview - maybe he could get some daycare expenses or enough of a salary increase thrown into the benefits package if he knows that's a deal breaker for you.

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