So, early last week my supervisors informed me that they wanted to bump me up to full-time as well as move me to a different position. I was pretty excited as I had specifically asked to learn the new position, but now that I have a new nights of training under my belt, I am feeling really underwhelmed. I guess the main thing is that I already miss working the evening shift, which I was not expecting at all. I've been on the overnight shift, which includes the morning show, and the morning show/crew is just so different from the evening crowd. Everyone is just kind of ... mean — not to me in particular, but there's a lot of snark and not the fun kind. Also, I probably should have been able to figure this out beforehand, but there's not really a lot of creative skill involved with this position whereas before I had to edit video and whatnot, and I was getting pretty good at that (and I liked that I was good at it). I don't know what to do. I am feeling pretty guilty because like I said I requested to learn this position, but now that I'm doing it, I'm just kind of meh. The only silver lining here is that if I can get this down, I'm pretty much guaranteed a job at any station that is hiring for it, and my number one goal right now is to move out of this town by the end of the year. I don't know if I want to be pigeon-holed into this position long-term, though. Fuck.