I think taking voluntary will probably be for the best - the last thing you want is to be pushed out. And a career change is always a positive even if it might be a step back. Taking a breather n slowing down to enjoy other things n take time to do a evaluate x
I applied for a job yesterday in HR and was rejected within 10 mins for being over qualified and too experienced! Will have to "dumb down" my CV!
Good luck for your meeting today Julie, I hope it goes well for you xxx
I feel that experience far outweighs a degree, when I first got into teaching I've never had such a learning curve, I applied for the job and got it without a qualification in teaching, did the 2 year qualification in a year, fast treacked myself through it, was hard work but I enjoyed it then, probably wouldn't do it again right now though! lol x
I'll submit my decision tomorrow and start applying for jobs straight away.
I'm quite relieved now to be honest.
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