Hi, everyone. I had a 10-year career in HR going and was a supervisor when I decided to try my hand at the culinary profession. It was fun but ended up, after five years, not working for my family and me for several reasons. Is it better to take a lower-level HR job at a GOOD company to get HR back on my resume or a mid-level job at a poorly-reviewed company?I'm assuming that promotional opportunities at the GOOD company can't be guaranteed so they aren't a huge factor in my decision making. And honestly I'm concerned GOOD companies won't want to hire me for a low-level job because they know I will be overqualified and will leave as soon as I have my feet under me. Or should I hold out for a solid job at a solid company? I've been in the search for three months and no offers from good companies yet (one offer I did decline because it felt like a strong mis-fit for me).