- CLE Cleveland Tower
LOL and the FAA didn't care?
This should not bite you in the ass. Have you passed your probationary period yet in the TSA? If you have not, then you would have to complete your probationary period again if you are hired by the FAA. That may not be a big deal for you right now especially if you are having a hard time making ends meet but it could pay off if you did complete it. You would have more options available to you should you run into training or disciplinary difficulties.Alright guys I need some advice. Now that I'm in the government with the TSA, how bad does it look to the FAA if I resign from the TSA? I have a few reasons why..
My position is only part time 20hrs a week. I'm not making enough money to make a living. I have to have a second job and I'm still living paycheck to paycheck.
I'm scheduled to go to FLETC later this month. I accepted the job with the TSA because it was convenient for me. I have no intention of making the TSA a career. My top goal is the FAA. I figured it's maybe best not to waste the governments money by sending me to FLETC if I'm going to quit sooner or later.
I plan on being professional and giving a 2 week notice. I just want reassurance this isn't going to bite me in the ass later down the road.