gbru316 wrote:If you could see yourself regretting not taking the job down the road, take the job.
livesoft wrote:sambb wrote:problem with moving is that wife works in opposite direction by 20 minutes. So, thats not an option.
Sure it is an option. Your spouse can get a new job, too.
yoasif wrote:My own strategy would be (based on the current research) to decline to offer my current salary, but offer a range offer with the lower number representing what you "want".
TRC wrote:FWIW - I'm in the final stages of accepting an offer and the employer requires 5 years of W2s.
boombaz wrote:Although I have rebuffed them for now, some of them implied that they would ask again before onsite interviews to make sure we are not wasting each other's time.
Caduceus wrote:Money is not the only axis. You need time to spend your money too. I think you have to figure out the balance between the likelihood of running out of money, or running out of time.
livesoft wrote:An emergency fund needs to be kept in cash like CDs or a savings accounts because one needs instant access to 6 months of expenses on a Wednesday morning.