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    By Cathy-Dee

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    It really depends on a few things....

    First do you enjoy driving. If you don't then 50 miles will get to you quickly. I drove 80 km one way each day on one of my first jobs. While I didn't "hate" the drive it was tiring and I really felt my whole time was spent commuting or at school. Most evenings I wouldn't get home until about 7:00 p.m. and then make supper and then prepare for the next day and head to bed. However I also rarely went in on weekends so that was a plus.

    Second do you have a family? If you have a family then it makes it much more difficult - if you are single then it's only you to worry about.

    Personally if you are single then I would consider taking the position if it was offered. Most people can handle that type of driving for a year - you'd gain a year's experience and perhaps get your foot in the door for positions closer to where you live.

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