I am a 43 year old married african american woman with no children who has worked for general motors for 11 years in michigan. I have an associates degree in accounting and B.S. in Health Administration. My husband is a forklift truck driver who has been unemployed for 1 year. I would like to take the buyout and move to either Charlotte, North Carolina, Nashville, Tennessee or Dallas or Huston Texas. I have lived in Michigan all my life and i would like to start a new life somewhere else. Everyone around me except my husband thinks I am crazy but I am just not happy working there. I feel that I am just wasting my education and i am not doing what makes me happy. I know the economy is really bad right now but I would like to take a chance. My mother thinks I am delusional about my abilities to find assistant administrator postion in a hospital because I have not had a jobe in that capacity since I hired in to General Motors. But I have done those jobs in the past. I started as a production operator and I now work in their computer lab assisting my coworkers with computer task. I know this is long but I am excited and scared and ready to take a chance and leave with some money to boot.
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