Hello. I've recently had some health issues that I won't bore you with but let's just say I experience vertigo all the time. Meds don't really help since I have vestibular damage. Right now I work in an ICU but every shift is a struggle. So, there are new openings for telehealth for another company (HCA).
- Lower physical stress
- Won't have to go through panicky feelings/anxiety just going to work.
- Huge paycut per hour (38 down to 25ish)
- Will have to work more hours to compensate for paycut.
- May have to get licenses for other states.
My questions are basically, what am I looking at work-environment wise? This is a standalone office, not a work at home deal. I am wondering about what they expect you to wear. Can you wear casual clothes?
Are you stuck in a closet or micro-cubicle (typically) or is your work environment more open?
Finally, probably the biggest question, would you go down to $25 an hour from "over 35" for a telehealth position? Is that too low?
Thanks if anyone can help me on this. I'm desperate, and lost.