I wrote recently that I expected to be laid off from my job at the end of this month. I found out yesterday that I was right. February 27 will be my last day. I'm already preparing and looking for another job. When I find one, I hope it's better than the one I'm losing, even in today's economy.
My boss told me of a job that might open soon in another unit within the department and that he would give me his highest recommendation if I want to apply for it. I've heard bad things about that job, and I have misgivings about whether I'm up to it. But we'll see. I'm not desperate, but I am looking to rise above my doubts and to "feel the fear and do it anyway."
This may be a good time for it.
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