What do you think?
Having recently been made redundant a new job is of course on top of my ”to do” list. No guessing on that part.
Yesterday I spoke with a friend who runs a newsletter on current affairs whom kindly offered me the opportunity to cover the EU Parliament when he couldn’t be present. It would amount to approximately 2 days per week.
What I am really looking for is a senior position in corporate communications EMEA.
From my point of view this could potentially be a good way for me to get my name ”out there” but I wonder do I at the same time risk diluting my name? I wouldn’t be writing about communications, on the other hand I’d deepen my knowledge on the workings of the EU Parliament.
I am of the opinion that working is always better than not working, but maybe is it better to stick it out?
I have a few interim positions in my CV and this has been questioned by recruiters since it makes them wonder if I am really looking for a fixed position. Which I do.
So what is better? Always working even if it is not ”up your street” or stick it out until you get that real dream job?