Here is the quandry: I've been a stay-at-home mom for 7 years and now I need to get a job to support myself and my children. Ideally, I'd like to finish my degree (2 more years). I also worked at my husband's home office doing administrative work for him during that time. He's more the "people" person (sociopath is more like it-ha!ha!) and knew NOTHING of organization, grammar, written proposals etc. It seems that I'm having a difficult time getting a job. I took a course and got certified to be a pharmaceutical sales rep, but without a degree or sales experience, I've gotten a big fat zero response. I've been applying for administrative/clerical jobs, but nada. He's asked me to continue working for him and he'll pay me (yeah right! I don't buy that!). NOW HE'S FOUND ME A JOB WORKING FOR ONE OF HIS CLIENTS AS AN ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT--I'm thinking that isn't a good idea. If he can get me hired without an interview, chances are that he can get me fired too. I'm in desperate need of a job, but I'm hesitant to even CONSIDER this! Any feedback would be much appreciated!
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