I know in this line of work that it is not particularly favorable to be a "job hopper" but since graduating a year and a half ago, on paper it looks like my career is job hopping. My first job was on a med surg unit. I worked there for six miserable months before I left and got a position at a physician's office. I felt like there was no room for me to learn or grow as a nurse so I left there after six months as well. I am now working in a ED for a non-profit hospital. The pay leaves a lot to be desired, but I love it. I felt like I had found my place in the world (the ED lol) and all was right. While again, the pay is not great, I really enjoy what I do. There is a lot of education and courses and I am currently waiting to be on the clinical pathway so that I can began my journey to become a Clin II.A few weeks ago a hospice company that I really enjoyed working for when I was a CNA reached out to me. The company was my last full time job prior to becoming a full time nursing student and I really enjoyed what I did and who I worked for. Anyway, they reached out to me and asked if I would be interested in interviewing because they were in need of full time nurses. I agreed to do an interview just to see what they were talking about. A week later I was offered a position with the company. They are offering me 12,000 dollars more than what I am making in my current position.I am seriously torn in regards to accepting this position or not. While my current pay is not great, I feel like staying in the ED would be beneficial for me in the long run in regards to certifications, education, and just anywhere else that I would want to go later on in life. Plus I am honestly tired of jumping around from job to job. However, I know that a 12,000 increase in salary is nothing to sneeze at, and it would be more income for my household. My husband told me that the money should not even be a factor and that he would support whatever decision I made. I did enjoy working in hospice, but I do not think that I loved it the same as I do the ED, not to mention the fact that I am quite sure that the nursing aspect of hospice is quite different that the CNA aspect of it. I am weighing my pros and cons, but the hospice company wants an answer by tomorrow. Any advice would be greatly appreciated!