I am currently a part time high school Social Studies teacher at a small private school in CT. The Social Studies market in CT is bleak and competitive. I went on three or four interviews and was not offered anything. I was offered a job in CO, but the pay was too low for me to move all the way out there with no backup plan. The school I work at currently is looking for a librarian/media specialist. This would be a full time position, with benefits, unlike my current role with the school. I am going to interview for the position, but I am wondering how this could affect me in the future. If I was offered this position, and accepted it, how would future employers view my resume next year? Would they hold it against me that I was not in the classroom for one year? Essentially, I am worried that this will hurt me in the long run, in term of finding another teaching position, but for me personally, this would be a better situation since it is a full time position. I love being in the classroom would would hate for this to be held over my head in the future. Additionally, this position would allow me to go back and get my MA and potentially get certified for a librarian/media specialist.