This question is similar to the gut trusting question earlier.
I am frightened that the job that I've had for only two months is on shakey ground. Because of the economy, I lost my business and a job. I was just about to apply for a job at Walmart before I got hired where I work now. My fear now is that my current job has been in deficit numerous times since I've work there. I am fearing that my job is tempted to brink my position down to part-time (was before I started). I have experience many employers hedging away from layoff insurance
by being creative with firing reasons.
My questions is, should I work a second job to save up bail-out money if things get worse to get back to school? Or, am I being too paranoid, and risking my current position by tiring my brain out (wasting the energy and brain power that my current jobs needs)? I need money to cover debt while in school, if I decide.
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