If I may make a recommendation:
Go out, and look. And once you have looked, when you have a number of options to choose between (including retaining your current position) then take a number of sheets of paper. At the top of each sheet of paper, write the name of an option (e.g. "Cashier", "Unemployed", "Waitress", "Assistant manager", so on - yes, "Unemployed" is an option too at this stage). Divide each paper into a left and a right column; on one side, write down all the disadvantages of that option, and on the other side, write down all the advantages. For example: under "Unemployed", a disadvantage might be "No wages", while an advantage might be "Lots of free time". Set a time (say, at least five minutes) per column, and have a clock there - spend at least
that long thinking of things to put in that column.
Once you're done with that, only then
make a decision. Having spent that long considering pros and cons, you're going to be able to make a decision that you'll have confidence in. And if the decision is to stay at your present place of employment, then at least you'll know exactly why, and which options there are that are worse.
Solara Hanover wrote:I crunched the numbers and I can take like a $3.50 an hour pay cut and still make bills if I work 40 hours.
Incidentally, you should be doing more than just making bills. You want to retire some day, I take it, and not just work until the day you die? Then you should be saving up enough to live on during your retirement. (Tricky, because you don't know how long that will be, but putting a little aside each month now can mean a lot later).