Hello All!As my name implies, and because I know how difficult it is for new grads, I am truly blessed to have such a dilemma. After getting off to a rocky start - fired from my first job - I accepted a part time position. A week after beginning orientation, I received an offer for per-diem work, but neither position is ideal.Job #1Part-time, 16 hours, every weekend, may be able to pick up additional shifts (permanent, but this interferes big time with family and other commitments)$22/hr, no benefits, no shift differentialsOrientation is for 3 weeks, weekends only (will float to different units even after orientation)Job #2Per-diem, may be able to pick up additional shifts (all the pros/cons of per-diem)$24/hr, no benefitsFull time orientation on LTC floor (no floating even after orientation)Commitment is 1 weekend/month and 1 summer/winter holiday (conflicts with part-time)I've thought about trying to do both, but I'm not sure it's a wise decision as a new grad. I'm leaning towards giving notice to the part time and accepting the per-diem position because of the flexibility, full time orientation, no floating and I would only have to give up one weekend. I also more have peace about the decision. Thoughts on this? What else should I take into consideration? Any input would be appreciated.Thanks!