Well as some may know, I've been in the process of interviewing outside of my company. I've gotten an offer this afternoon for $24,000 more dollars per year. I have a second interview at another company this upcoming Tuesday and this one looks promising as well. I'm torn as to what to do, I can't say I'm the happiest at my current company (IMO it's gotten to big for its britches, and I feel as though I'm just a number), there seems to be no job security lately (already survived two rounds of layoffs), but I do have a ton of vacation time, corporate perks, friends, somewhat nice bonus' (I'll get these too at the other place), work/life balance - if I want to work from home I can (not sure about the new place, the second interview place I know I can), etc. etc. I guess I'm having a realization that I'm leading into an unknown knowing that I'm very comfortable at my current company. The money is very enticing however I'm sick over the fact that I have no fucking clue as to what to do. Money isn't everything and surely it wouldn't hurt to put those bucks in the bank and towards the house but like I said, it isn't everything and isn't going to be the sole reason that I leave the company. The company that offered is a firm of 400 people, the second interview place on Tuesday is a firm of 1800 people and my current employer is 31000 people. Ugh, what did I get myself into? I should also mention that on 9/3 I'll be fully vested in the company and with a pension - I then can take that 10g's or so and roll it over into an ira or something, If I leave now, I won't get a dime of it, as well as a Long term incentive award that is valued at 15,000 which is to pay out 3/2009. I have my 401k, which will be transfered over to the new company. I think these are the things that are really wearing me down, knowing that I have 20k accessible to me within the next few years, however, in that time frame assuming that I stay with this company, I would have already received this amount 2-3 fold just in base salary alone. Bonus potential looks to be about 12% of my yearly salary at this new place.