Are you wishing you'd gone to Texas, or burned out in general?
Texas would have been the same job, just with a different customer to interface with. The problem is that the job itself turns out not to be right for me. Lots of mechanical work copying data from spreadsheets into other spreadsheets, and I'm not good at mechanical work. I get bored, lose my concentration, and make stupid mistakes with bad consequences for our customers.
It's like I'm a code whore.
I love the word "code whore" you invented there, even though I feel sorry you feel like one.
Bi-Polar Bear wrote:
will quitting your job put your visa in any sort of problem state? I would think that would be one other thing to worry about.
No problem with my immigration status. Last spring that was relevant as a way to establish that I hadn't given up immigrating. But now I have an apartment, a car, a drivers license, and a continuous presence in the USA. That's plenty enough to establish I'm not misusing my Green Card.
I'll get back to you about the Karaoke buddy position, and to Squinney about the dog walker. And if working those two jobs doesn't make me enough money to make ends meet, perhaps I could strip at your Karaoke shows?