I have this job opportunity coming up that actually presents more of a problem than take or leave. A consulting firm that I have worked with for years has set me up in an interview next week. The job is for a lawyers office located in Stamford. As you know, Stamford Connecticut commutes are some of the worst in the world. It takes me 1.5 to 2.0 hours to get one way during rush hour, and I live 32 miles away. The position is for tech support. They seem to change the description. First it was for tech support, then move to management. Now it's I.T. only, and menial tasks. No administration, no design, no engineering. Just break-fix. The position pays $45k a year, coming down to roughly $20 an hour, which to me is horrendously low to work in Stamford. It's simply not worth me getting up in the morning. Now, as consulting firms would have it, If I go on this interview and they like me, and I turn it down that firm will never work with me again. That's just how it works. Something else that's funny: Slight work warning: Obey the Suit So I get it - It's miserable work that I'm going to leave anyway. If I work there for a few weeks then report that I Don't like it chances are great I will be out of cahoots with the firm still. I don't get it, no paycheck. Benefits suck. Pay sucks. Commute sucks. And I was requested to "Smooth over my over-qualifications". So Take it and screw em later, Turn it down and use my time (That's 10 to 12 hours a day) to find another job, or take it and shut up ? -> Steve This also will not be conducive to me going to college. I will have to ditch them sooner or later.