Hi everyone,I need some job advice. I might get a job offer to be a patient advocate. I would be working with psych patients, going to different SNFs in my county, and going to hearings. I'm a new grad and have been looking for work for 8 months now, so this job offer is really tempting to me.I want to work as a new grad in a hospital, but I feel like it's foolish of me to keep hoping that I'll get a new grad position. People keep telling, just keep your head up, just be patient, but I'm thinking what if I never get a new grad job? There are hundreds of applicants looking for the same jobs, and more new grads will be graduating. I'm not a fresh new grad anymore and I don't have experience working in the health field. I'm scared of the uncertainty of getting a new grad job and want to take this patient advocate job because it's related to the health care and I can be happy with it.On the other hand, I'm thinking about the limits it will put on my career path. If I take this job as a patient advocate, I will have no hands-on patient care experience and would lose all of my skills and knowledge. No hospital, clinic, or home health agency would ever hire me in the future. I am also interested in public health, so maybe if I could explore that, but other than that, I feel like my career choices would be so narrow.So what should I take this job offer if I get it? Any advice would be greatly appreciated.