I am currently employed with a part time position in retail field. Approximately 20-25 hours per week, the hourly pay is not bad. I also love everyone I work with and have lots of opportunities at the job. The only down side would be the stress, lack of benefits and security at the job. About two weeks ago I went to an interview for a full time position with a corporate owned retail company after being recruited at my current job. Had interviews with the immediate manager and assistant manager, and had a second interview to talk about my expected salary and turn in background checks and references. They did mention in the first interview that the hiring process might take a little longer as they are not in need of new staff. They thought I was a little lack of experience and not too match with the brand image. However, on the second interview she did mention that there will be uniform provided. She told me she would prepare an offer at the end of the interview. I contacted her a couple days after the second interview to ask about the process and she replied me that she's been busy with other things and would contact me after its all done. While I am still waiting for the response, I got an offer for a job I interviewed many months ago. It was conducted before I started my current job and the store manager told me there was something wrong about my background check two months after the interview. I got a full time position offer from this company, and would be completed after turning in a couple documents. The pay would be less attractive compare to the one I interviewed two weeks ago but comparable to my current job. And there would be less stress, more benefits and security. Now I do not know what I should do? I feel like if I am not going to be hired for the second job I would at least get an email/phone call since I did not apply for the position but instead got recruited. First choice, stay at current job no changing. Second choice, stay at current job and wait for the result of the interview. Third choice, go with the job offer. Forth choice, go with the job offer but continue to work at current job.