A job I am perfectly qualified for working as a Senior Information Analyst has arisen in my home town (10 min commute!) - and it will pay more than my previous Senior Insight Analyst job I left last March.
It’s for the UK’s National Health Service, and they have extremely good benefits working for them. These jobs are like gold dust.
Because I apparently have a ‘disability’, my employment advisor has told me to tick yes to the box for an equality based mandatory interview on my next application if I have the required experience - so the chances of getting an interview is very high as this is a job I have done before.
The question is, do I go back to working as an Analyst - which I love. Or, do I continue to work as a Landscaper self employed, with all the flexibility and risk that carries?
My main reason for applying to this new role is the organisation and the fact it’s in healthcare, so rather than working for a profit based company, it would be for the good of others.
I like being self-employed, and the money is good - I have earned well out of it so far during a pandemic, and also I have a lot of quotes to do.
Just not entirely sure what I would do if I was to be offered this role. They’re a disability friendly environment, so I would expect that the challenges I had in my previous employment doing this kind of work with my line manager just would not happen.
IDK. Maybe if anyone here can give me their opinion based on the info here I’d appreciate the feedback on my career choices