Hi.I have a bit of a dilemma. This is a bit of a long post. Hopefully this isn't too confusing. Any advice would be appreciated. I am wanting to return to school for nursing ( I already have a degree in another field). I got my CNA certification in November and got a job at an LTC in December. I have been trying to get into a hospital and finally got the break I've been looking for! I interviewed at a hospital on Thursday and was told by the interviewer that she was very interested in me. She said she had interviews at the beginning of the next week and would be making a decision by the end of that week. I received a call on Friday morning from a recruiter saying that the interviewer wanted to move me along to the next step, which was the background/reference check. After the check is completed, she would then call me and make an offer. Of course I was excited. This position is a full time (three 12-hour shifts) midnight position. I then had an interview at another hospital yesterday. It was supposed to be for a contingent position. However, the interviewer offered me a part-time midnight position (six 8-hour shifts) on the spot. I said yes, but now am having second thoughts. I don't know if I made a mistake. I am feeling very conflicted. My husband says I shouldn't have been so impulsive. However, I was thinking of my family and feel that making the move from LTC to hospital is a step in the right direction. The first position is full time and will include full benefits. Then second position has the possibility to pick up extra shifts (not guaranteed, of course). My first thought was that I could do both, assuming there are no conflicts in the schedule. Of course, this would mean I would be working 60 hours a week, and every weekend. My other thought is, if the first hospital calls and offers the job, to call the second and ask if I could change my position to be contingent. How bad would that be? I know that I am very grateful to have these two opportunities, especially with the way the economy and the job market is. That's why I want to be sure that I am making the right decision. Anybody have any opinions? Thank you.