I'm currently in college (at the ripe old age of 28) trying to get my Associate's Degree in Human Services. It's taken me a bit longer than most my age because I've been caring for my mentally ill mother and elderly grandmother. I am supposed to graduate next spring. Financially, my family isn't doing well at all. Bank accounts are bounced and we are at our wits end. We've even resorted to selling old coins and such to buy bread. I have some money saved up but it's not much and it's to pay for gas and car insurance. Right now I am technically "employed" but haven't worked at this job since October (it's a seasonal gig). I usually pick up my work again back in January but we have new management and my hours have been cut. I do love this job but I cannot survive there. My hours will pick back up in mid-May but that is way to long to go without pay. Last week, I got this job offer from an insurance company making $27,000. per year. This is more money than I have ever dreamed. They provide training for the first six weeks of which begins on Monday. I said "yes" to this job. Only problem is I would have to quit college because this job would be full time. And I'm not sure if I want to do that. What if I don't like it? It's in a Customer Service Call Center. I am so scared to quit school, only to end up quiting this job weeks later. I think I'll like it, but I've never done it before. I really cannot survive financially much longer. Please help.