I have the potential to make $150k a year with a recovery center, the position is on site and three miles away. I provided a range of $120-$150)
My issue is that I do not want to work on site but the money looks good.
I have about one year of expenses saved, my only bills are my house, student loans (currently paused) and every day bills such as electricity and water.
The interview process is moving quickly, things seem chaotic and the recruiters can’t answer any of my questions.
I’m thinking if offered, should I take it for a year then quit? By this time I can knock my mortgage down to half and pay off my last two student loans.
On the other hand I’m interviewing for a job that’s 100% remote, all benefits are paid, salary max is $85k to start, I’ll get a stipend every month for office supplies and my internet paid for. The position is what I’ve been looking for
What’s your thoughts? Do I keep looking for a job similar to option two ($85k) or if offered and I’m almost certain I will be take option A ($120-150k)? Thanks