To be honest, I would have cut off my pinkie finger to land my dream job as a new-new grad.
I had to look for 6 months before I got offered my first job (with only 1 other interview in between on an ICU floor, but I was on vacation in another country so I missed the call by 24 hours and they had filled all the "interview spots" by that time...talk about disappointment, but I digress)
My first job was not anything I was initially interested in, but when your student loans are due, and you are trying to make you car insurance payments..I took it with a smile.
After a year, I moved onto my "dream job" which I love
I graduated at the beginning of the "rat race" of the new grad crisis, so it wasn't very understood at the time (and no one on Allnurses was really talking about it yet)
I think you are considering Spain because you lucked out (and you did) and you were offered what you wanted immediately.
Almost any new grad in the last 3 years will tell you.
Take the job, and go to Spain another time.
perhaps you have to live
the reality of the job market right now to really
I would hate for you to think that jobs are a dime a dozen right now, based off your two interviews (despite you haven't actually been given a job offer yet).
My personal feeling is that employers
are not going to bend for you at all, or give you 6 weeks unpaid leave in the summer.
But like I said, when I first started looking a few years ago, I would have even supplied my own hacksaw to cut off that darn pinkie