Blues star halfback Maddie Studdon has revealed she is not short of job offers, after it was revealed she was forced to resign from her job due to an increase rugby league commitments.
However Studdon has told NRL.com, she has been inundated from every corner offering her a job.
"This week I've had a lot of people offering me jobs and everything but I'm going to chill out for a little while and figure out what I really want to do with my career," Studdon said.
"There's been heaps of offers, warehouse people have come up to me, truck drivers sending me things.
"It's been a whirlwind week. I'm going to chill out for a little while and figure out what I really want to do with my career."
Studdon also revealed her former employer has also been in touch.
"I resigned because I do want to work there again later in life and I do love that job," Studdon added.
"They understand and have been very supportive of my situation.
"We'll see what happens with our talks, I just don't want to do shift work at the moment."
NRL CEO Todd Greenberg exclusively told Triple M, Studdon would be offered work with the game's governing body.