I applied for a position at a local university, not entirely expecting to be called for an interview and not fully "excited" about the position. To my surprise, I had a phone interview last week and have a zoom interview with the finance director of the department in which I had applied. I believe I'm qualified for the position; however, I'm carrying a massive amount of guilt for even applying and I'm not even sure if it's what I want to do. I'm not altogether unhappy with my current job. I love the people I work with, I have a great working relationship with them, I am afforded a lot of flexibility when it comes to my family and my health, and they have been very open and flexible with working from home because of Covid. But, I feel like I'm not being challenged enough. Sure, juggling a number things at once and scheduling is a nightmare sometimes, but I'm afraid that I won't really "upskill" if I stay. I previously indicated that I would be interested in filling a paralegal position (I'm a legal assistant) once our senior paralegal retired in the next year or two, and my bosses have deemed me a "hybrid" paralegal to "see how it goes." I've also expressed an interest in getting involved in different areas of the firm to expand my knowledge, but I haven't really been given anything substantive. Ultimately, I'm just bored and I can see it effecting my performance. I'm going to go through with the interview to see how and where it goes, but I just can't shake this feeling of guilt. I want to better myself, but I don't know if this is the route I want to take or if I should wait for what I really want, which is a position in the Federal Courthouse that is in our area. The downside to waiting for a position like that is that our District Court does not have a high turnover rate, so a position rarely opens up. And, lately, the ones that do come open, I'm nowhere near qualified. What have your experiences been with job changes that you're unsure of?