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If jobs in Clark County
Old 11-21-2019, 06:10 PM
 
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are as plentiful even now as they usually are, you may well get an offer. I would ask them to give me the time needed to give appropriate notice to my current school. That looks good both to your current and future schools. Don't burn bridges as you cross them. You never know when you need a letter of reference.

Since admin has sure knowledge that you are looking this year, it's reasonable to expect you won't be offered a position for next year.

You are responsible for your own job fulfillment. You need to take care of yourself, while being honorable in meeting your commitments.

Not sure any of this is helpful for you. Generally, big decisions will lead to some regret whichever way you decide. The thing is to figure out which will create the least regret.
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