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New job need advice

Hey guys and gals. I just went on a job interview today and pretty sure I nailed it. Hers the thing the job pays less then what I'm doing now and the hours kinda suck. But it's something I really would like to be doing. The job I'm at now pays good and hours are good but I hate working there. When I got done with the interview with the new place I was so sure that's what I wanted to do. No I'm not sure what I want to do. Now here's another twist later that day another guy called wanting to do an interview. This job would pay way more and good hours. I have neve heard of the place though. I'm really confused and could use some opinions. I am a mechanic and these jobs are all mechanic positions just working on different equipment.
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Do the one you want to do most, unless money is a really big issue (i.e., things are tight financially). No substitute for a job you want to do.


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