Here is my situation:
I interviewed and accepted an offer for a federal contractor (DoD). I can start working once I am granted an interim secret clearance. I submitted my eQIP and fingerprints the beginning of October and have been waiting. My background is clean (no criminal records, never been arrested, no drug use, clean financial background, employment history - never been fired, etc..).
In the beginning of November, I found a part-time job to keep me occupied while waiting for the interim secret clearance. I worked for about 1-2 weeks and found out that the job was not a great fit for me. I was allowed to voluntarily resign because it was at-will employment. Shortly after, I found a different part-time job and long story short -- I voluntarily resigned as well after a week, since it was also at-will employment. There were no problems as I explained to my managers in both jobs that the work was not a great fit for me.
Will these two part-time jobs have a negative impact on my interim security clearance process?
Am I overthinking this?
Any input from former investigators or people familiar with this process is greatly appreciated.