Sometimes you know within your first day of starting a new job if you’ve made an egregious mistake. You might go through a period of denial, where you try to give your employers a second, third, and fourth chance. You might even go through a period of trying to convince yourself that you enjoy the people, the work, and the office environment. But nine times out of ten, you will most likely return to that initial gut feeling you had on Day One.
This Redditor was hired to be a tutor as a second form of income. They had notified their recruiters from the very beginning of the interview process what their availability was and in return, they understood the expectations that had been laid out for them. Unfortunately for OP, those prior commitments were not honored; in fact, they were completely disregarded. Not only were they given next to no time to commute from one job to the next, but also they were placed in a completely different school district from the ones OP requested. As many folks in the comments section below suggested, we don’t see a world in which OP stays for much longer.
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