Should I take a job even if I'm not qualified and don't really know what I'm doing?

Updated on : January 17, 2022 by Landen Dillard



Should I take a job even if I'm not qualified and don't really know what I'm doing?

Are you saying that you have been offered a job that you are not qualified for?

If so, my reaction is "so what?" It is your decision. They trained you by offering to come work with and for them.

You're not a mummy, are you? If so, it gave them the impression that they want to explore. Why would you reject that? Is the work honest? Is it moral? Are you an average person with an average level of learning ability? Are you willing to reject something that could point you in the direction of success?

Of course you still don't know what you are doing. That's what happens when you stay

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Are you saying that you have been offered a job that you are not qualified for?

If so, my reaction is "so what?" It is your decision. They trained you by offering to come work with and for them.

You're not a mummy, are you? If so, it gave them the impression that they want to explore. Why would you reject that? Is the work honest? Is it moral? Are you an average person with an average level of learning ability? Are you willing to reject something that could point you in the direction of success?

Of course you still don't know what you are doing. That's what happens when you start something. You start from scratch and end with a flourish.

My Answer: Go and kick some ass!

In general, no. You should not take a job for which you are not qualified and do not know what you are doing. Nothing will turn out right. I suspect there is more to the story.

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