Now, a new job.

Discussion in 'Lounge' started by wganz, Oct 20, 2020.

  1. wganz

    wganz Supporting Member

    Big bunch of changes this week.
    Managed to make 65 revolutions around the sun on Sunday. :D

    Today, I took a new job as a Hospice Case Manager.
    Cannot do the med/surg unit staff RN thing anymore. The legs just can't do it anymore. In fact, had to have to have some veins ablated due to venous stasis which caused some level of pitting edema in the lower legs. It was a +3 to +4 for those that know how it is measured. Especially, after 3 straight 12 hour shifts. It was hard to write that 2 weeks notice after almost 20 years there; but, had to do it.
  2. ajole

    ajole Supporting Member

    NE Utah
    Best of luck with the new job. That’s important work, do it well.
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  3. moona11

    moona11 King of you Monkeys Lifetime Supporter

    Good luck on the new job
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  4. greg_r

    greg_r Lifetime Supporter

    Congratulations on the new job. Luck!
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    TNTRAILERTRASH Supporting Member

    When are you eligible for your 100% social security? I am eligible to get mine at 66 1/2. 3 years and 3 months.

    I doubt I will keep driving trucks. I know I won't go back working at Lowe's.
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  6. Think1st

    Think1st Supporting Member

    Good luck with the switch, and congratulations on landing that new position.
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  7. wganz

    wganz Supporting Member

    Right now, it is 66 and 2 months until full benies from Uncle Sugar.
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  8. Visper

    Visper AK = Automatic Killer!?! Supporting Member

    Good luck in your new position!! Hospice is tough also - just in a different way...
  9. lklawson

    lklawson Staff Member

    Congratulations and good luck. :)

    Peace favor your sword,
  10. rickm

    rickm Member

    Well you did better than me after 30+ years i just walked in and turned everything in and said bye (well sort of but will leave out the few choice words)and walked out the door.
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  11. @wganz good luck on your new adventure. Hospice work can be pretty tough.
    When I retired I rattled around for a bit, did some contract work, but I just couldn't stand the bullcrap and told 'em so straight up... and that was the end of that.
  12. Dagwood

    Dagwood Supporting Member

    Good luck! You got this. It sucks when your body starts working against you.
  13. undeRGRound

    undeRGRound ROLL wif Da MOLE! Supporting Member

    Best wishes, but IMO it's time to work for Unc Ganzy, and not someone else. Get that SSI rolling, is another year actually worth it?

    There are some SS benefit calculations that can help you decide. If you quit a year early, it might take 5-6 years before you lose that "break even" benefit. I'm assuming that it might pay off physically if you totally switch gears and do something totally different...
  14. James St. Patrick

    James St. Patrick Member

    You made the right decision and good luck! I am sure you will be fine at the new job, and your body will appreciate the change.
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