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Good News on the Homefront

October 8th, 2011 at 11:28 pm

Today, my wife had her interview with her former employer that she was with before we got pregnant. She was told that the position is part-time, seasonal, and is retail sales in a high-end clothing department. She was also told that they want the position to become permanent, especially since they found someone that they know will do well in that position. Unlike most retail sales, the position is not commission. It is hourly. However, their sales are kept track of and they are rewarded for meeting and exceeding sales goals. 

By the time my wife took her leave before, she was making around $8.60/hr. This position should pay around $9/hr. She has yet to receive all of the details, as her supervisor (former and would-be upon hire) is speaking with the store manager to get approval for the hire. We should know everything in a few days to a couple of weeks. So, right now, everything is guessing. So we are estimating $9/hr, 25 hours per week. She will also get full benefits. 

While this position will not pay as much as we were making before - a first - it will pay the bills. By way of donating plasma and possibly collecting unemployment, we will be able to continue our debt payoff and be on our way into a place of our own. (By the way, I will be updating the sidebar with details of our debts, credit scores, budget, and what-not. Stay tuned!)

So, good news so far! Can only get better from here!

5 Responses to “Good News on the Homefront”

  1. Ima saver Says:

    Good news, for sure!

  2. househopeful Says:

    Great news!

  3. Frügal Says:

    Smile
    Thank you both!

  4. Jerry Says:

    Full insurance benefits with 25 hours per week? That is fantastic! I hope that it all comes through and leads to a great permanent position for her. Good luck...
    Jerry

  5. Frügal Says:

    Thanks, Jerry! And yes, that company is a great one to work for!

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