Should You Take a Second Job on the Side?
Moonlighting is a popular practice among healthcare professionals. Fortunately for healthcare workers, their skills are in great demand. In an economy where many professionals are unable to obtain one job, healthcare professionals are still in such great demand that many are able to secure more than one job, if desired or needed.
However, just because you can work two jobs, doesn't necessarily mean you should work two jobs. Is moonlighting the best thing for your healthcare career?
Depending upon your motivations for moonlighting, and the demands of your primary job, moonlighting can be very rewarding, both financially and in other ways. However, if you take on too many hours, or too much work, you could jeopardize your original employment.
If you are considering moonlighting as an option, be sure to carefully consider the impact that the second job would have on your primary career, and your relationship with your primary employer. If you are certain that the benefits of moonlighting would outweigh any potential drawbacks or negative effects, then take that second job and enjoy the extra income!
Moonlighting Medical Jobs - Should You Take a Second Job?