Okay... As some of you know, I work at a Dunham's Sporting Goods store. About three months ago, I was promoted to a department manager. More specifically, the shoe department. The job is nice, I get around $7.80 and hour, but the hours suck around this time of the year. That happens when the post-holiday lull hits. The job is very secure though. The problem is: I drive 20 miles to and from this job each day I work, and it's a little too much on gas. Now the other day, I applied for a job at a new and opening soon Office Depot in Kalamazoo, about 10 minutes from my house. It seems like a good opportunity, and I love working with computers and the technology that accompanies them. I filled out a survey and seem very confident in at least getting an offer, considering I have 2+ years in retail experience. Today, I found out that I will be bumped up to a key-holding manager at my current Dunham's job. One of our current keys is being promoted to an assistant manager position in Indiana, and that leaves two spots open. One is pretty much in my name, and the other is for a new key hired from within the company, from another store. Although the pay will be better at Dunham's (at least I'm 90% sure it WILL be), this new job sounds intriguing... and I love that it's close to my apartment. And I will be cutting down on gasoline costs big time with the short drive. What do you guys think? Right now, I'm going to wait for Office Depot to call me with an offer... and if it's good enough, I think I will leave my current job.