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    I have been out of work a few months after redundancy. I have started a new job today and am having doubts as the job is call centre work which I do not like but the enquiries are in a field I am familiar with. I applied for the job as I registered with temp agencies but got no work from them and kept being messed around by them. Should I just stick it out but still look for another job? I would really like to work in the NHS or with animals but know that this pay would mean a lot less or having to retrain. Staff were telling me today that people leave after 2 and a half weeks. That comment put me off which makes me wonder why such a high turnover of staff.
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    I'd give it a few weeks, at least. Work out if you really do hate it for yourself rather than going by what others say.

    Are you in a position where you could not work? And do you have any plans for the future to train in a field you'd like to work in?
 
 
 
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