Work: in need of advice
Okay, so after one whole year of unemployment (I'm 24), I finally managed to find a new job. But that's not what I expected: I was looking for an outdoor job so that I could protect as much as possible my eyes. Because, I must be a lucky one compared to some people on this forum, but when I'm at home, or outside (if it's not too windy or cold), my eyes are almost okay: I rarely need drops though cold compresses few times a day do help. That's when it comes to staying in an office where things become funny: I can't stand (bear?) it. I've tried twice, in my two previous jobs: I was working all day long on the computer, with artificial lights and climatisation. That was dreadfull. A real nightmare and the two worst periods in my life so far.
And today, I received an agreement for a 6 months contract for a job which is in addition really well paid, but conditions will be terrible for my eyes. I've seen it during my appointment: tough climatisation in the office, loads of neons as light source, and a job requiring to stay all day long on a computer. So I'm lost. I don't want to accept it. I'm not lazzy, I'd like to work, really, but not in these conditions. I've applied for other jobs, but that's the only one I got, and after one whole year jobless, that would be numbed not to accept such an opportunity. I can't ask advice from my familly, they wouldn't understand why I'm even thinking and wondering of what to do. They just don't understand what I will have to bear if I'm working there.
So here I am, trying to make the good choice, for a job I'll be glad to do (and for a high salary I've never been offered before!), but that I know I can't do for long. I can last one month maybe, at the best, but what about the pain I'll have to endure? Such a shame, when in a normal life I should be partying and celebrating now for such an opportunity.
I'm not complaining, I just want advice from people that can understand the whole thing
Hey, nobody said life would be easy right? Please mum, next time you give birth to me, spend more time on the conception of my eyes, okay?