I emailed a local web host company (<a href="http://www.streamline.net/
">StreamLine.Net</a>) in the spring about getting a job. They emailed me yesterday asking if I want one. temporary, to cover maternity leave. I emailed back saying yes, I do want it.
They called me today, and so I have in interview tomorrow afternoon.
Unfortunately, yesterday, I registered for a job at a chicken factory. today, I have to call them, to see if I can start today.
Obviously, I would rather do tech support for a web host, then do dead chicken molesting at a factory. And I would have to leave the factory by the time University starts back up again as they don't do part time jobs there. However, though I did say that I can only do part time in my covering letter to Streamline.net, will they have actually noticed that?
My fear is that I decide not to work at the factory, go to the interview tomorrow for the tech support job, then get turned down/have to refuse the job because of the hours, and thus end the day with no job at all. (and I have had no luck getting a job since my last one, so I really don't want to loose a chance at wages here)
By the way, when I say "local" the web host's office is quite a bus ride away. Which will mean that the hours will have to be really good to fit around uni. And if it is maternity leave cover I am doing, then chances are that they want someone full time who does 9-5, as most people do that sort of hours so likely the person I will be covering for did them too.
So, what do I do?
Cross posted tothequestionclub poor_skillsljgenieshitty_advice