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    Default Just saw my dream job....

    As the title says, I just saw my dream job on Seek and with my experience and qualifications I think I would definitely have a chance in getting it but.............. being 28 weeks pregnant and I don't think it's the best time to make a career move! Boooooooo Anyone else feeling the same?

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    There is nothing to lose by applying. I started a new job when 6 months pregnant and I'm still there after 3 years and 2 kids.

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    By the time you applied and got an offer you would be well over 30 weeks!

    I am sure another one will come along when the timing is better....

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    What's the dream job? Is it something that comes around often enough?


    Two girls, one dream and baby you are it!

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    I feel like that all the time. I'd like to apply for some jobs but they are all full time and not that flexible with working from home etc i can't do it my bub is only 1. So I'm stuck at low paying not going anywhere job (albeit interesting) just cos they offer flexibility


 

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