Not some easily fooled idiots who will just agree with their lowest proposal. We did not earn our degree overnight. We studied it for four to five eyebrows-burning years. We reviewed and prayed endlessly to pass the freaking board exam to have our license.
But I think, with the current trend now, it doesn’t really matter. It hurts ego but I have to stick with my profession than to shift to some graveyard shift work with no personal contact to other person or patient except through computer (no offense intended, though). It just hurts that some see us differently. Probably because they never been through what we had been through.
How could they offer a salary lower than average call center agents? That’s not fair! To think, they said, they are one of the top companies in the world. They sugar coated their offer with benefits you can hardly even use, not unless you will be hit by a car.
That’s just my opinion, though. If proximity wise it’s convenient, it’s your choice in the end. I am just saying what happened to me.