How far would you drive for a job?
Here is the situation, I have been offered a school counseling job that is split between two schools. One is about 45 minutes away, but the other is over an hour away (maybe an hour and fifteen minutes). I cannot move because of my husband's job. Would you drive this far?
Asked By: tired - 6/17/2010
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It depends on how bad you want the job. I have worked jobs as far as 100 miles away from home and commuted every day, but that was back when gasoline was cheap. You need to calculate your cost for driving to, from and between these schools and figure out if your transportation expenses are worth the pay you would be... More
Answered By: JetDoc - 6/17/2010
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it depends on how much the job pays. if its not that much its not worth it plus the cost of gas. but if you really love the job then i would go for it.
Answered By: doglover - 6/17/2010
Personally I wouldn't, I get tired when I drive for more than about half an hour at a time so driving for that long, and twice every day, would be exhausting for me, and I don't think any job is worth that.
Answered By: Anna - 6/17/2010
it depends on how much they are paying. you have to consider your gas for going and coming back home.
Answered By: bandit_60 - 6/17/2010
There would be various considerations to make such as: -can I get a similar job closer? -does the wage/salary justify the travel time? -is my vehicle reliable enough? -if something does go wrong with my vehicle, is public transit available?
Answered By: Bandit-05 - 6/17/2010
Forty five minutes to one and a little over an hour to the other is not too far to drive for a job if you really want to work. There are a couple thing's you might want to consider, how much does the job pay you don't want to put all your paycheck in the gas tank, Is your vehicle reliable to make the trip you don't... More
Answered By: Patricia - 6/18/2010
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