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Commuting to work

  1. Feb 16, 2008 #1
    I've been looking at some IT jobs the past week. I've noticed that some of them are about 35-40 minutes away (about ~22-26 miles). If I do take one of these positions, what is the min salary should I accept?

    Note: these positions aren't for life, so I'm not looking for 100k a year. I would be losing anywhere from 1-2 hours a day from going and coming back to work, depending on the traffic. However, they would help greatly for my part-time grad school and bills plus put some experience in my resume.

    Double note: these are entry-level network/systems admin positions. Probably aimed for those with little experience in the IT field and with/without a 4-year degree.
     
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