I have been at my current job for almost 2 years. I work in a major department store as a support employee. I work early morning hours and get out early. No nights or weekends. I have been getting 40hours a week, don't have to sell, or deal with the day to day nagging by managers to open credit cards and other annoying aspects of retail sales. This job doesn't pay, but it has been a job that I have enjoyed doing and am good at. Because I have been such a good employee, I have gained the notice of management and other higher-ups. I have been praised for a job well-done, for my flexibility, efficiency, and professionalism. Since I have been there such a "long time" I decided maybe I should try to move up in the company, primarily for more money. The next step would be Sales Supervisor. Even though I have had retail sales management experience in the past, I was told that I didn't quite have enough experience to go directly into a management position. So, I was offered the opportunity to be what's called a "Holiday Manager" for the holiday season. It's a 2 month long position in which I work with managers on the sales floor by assisting sales associates at the registers,getting change, handling difficult customers, and basically "coaching" employees, and constantly walking around for hours greeting customers. I was told it was 40 hours a week, and I would get an increase in pay. I accepted this new position, and temporarily have left my support position with the intent that after 2 months I would return to that position. Long story short: I DON'T LIKE THIS NEW POSITION. I would really love to go back to my old position. My increase was only a $1, and after the holidays I will go back to the pay I made in my old job. My hours all over the place, and I have not been getting 40 hours. I'm not really making any more now than I was before. I would love to just tell managment that I want to go back to my old job. I don't want to dissappoint anyone, or have them hold anythng against me, or look down on me because I have changed my mind. I tell myself it is only 2 months long, but the chaos has not fully begun, and I know I will dislike it even more when it does begin. I don't like retail sales, and that's why I wanted to do a support position when I was hired. I don't like the hours, and having to deal with customers. If I tell them, they will probably be surprised. I have been told I have been doing a good job, but I really don't like the position. I really don't want to be a Sales Manager after all. I know they won't be happy if I tell them I want to go back to my old position, but I really do not like doing this job. Thanks for any advice.