Advice for the Lawlorn: Finding a Balance

New York Law Journal

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I have been offered a public sector job would hold great personal meaning to me to perform and is fairly well paid, as public sector jobs go, but I am the breadwinner in my family, and the job would require a move to a higher cost-of-living metropolitan area. Is it worth it?

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    I like the pro con list advice but be careful about deciding based an which side is longer. The longer side may have more things but they might be minor.

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