• If this is a solid lead, meaning it is for a good company and there is a good possibility that you could get it? You also have to risk some time and a little money to get a position.
  • Yes but look into the least expensive way to make the commute. That will also have some bearing on whether or not you want this job considering you will presumably need to make the commute on a daily basis. No avaiable bus or train?
  • Yes if it is something you really want to do and you think you have a good chance of getting it.
  • Since you have the money and that's not the issue as you said in your reference: the question should be if YOU think it's worth it to spend money to make money.
  • How long will it take you to make up for the $360 cab fare? Once you get the job, how are you going to get there and back? Is there no option to ride a bus back from the interview and/or orientation? Maybe a friend could give you a ride one way, if not both. There are a lot of things to consider. Having a job is an opportunity cost of all the other jobs you could have otherwise had. If this particular job is right for you, and you think it could last you a long time, then the cab fare isn't the biggest concern.
  • I see this is an old question. Apparently several people didn't understand when you said "once i get the job going i can do it where i live" I would have passed on it personally, but then I could always get a job in fast food till I could find something better, so I didn't have to worry about being completely out of work.
  • Not usually.

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