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Old 08-12-2010, 01:11 PM   #3
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First...congrats on getting 2 interviews...

Just going with my gut, the Learning Curve position sounds like it would be a enjoyable while letting you learn about new stuff. That said, questions you might see if Pearson would answer--or see if you might be able to discover yourself via browser searches--are:

1. Does Pearson have other departments that do the type of work you are interested in?

2. If the answer to #1 is yes, then are there any openings within those departments and/or would it be possible to transfer from one department to another--if you took the position you described, would it be a possible platform for you to jump into another position within the company that is more in line with where you'd like to be working in the future?

3. If the answer to #1 is no, then possibly accept the position for the money it offers knowing that you will continue to look for something that suits you (and your future) better.


Hope that helps and keep us posted on what happens...

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