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CWins6920101dFor me, that would be too much. I would have accepted that in the past but i had my share of driving to workplaces and i don't want it anymore.
Ps: thanks to the guy who invented the audio book.
gorsamp2467101dDon't do that for more than a year. If they don't pay you enough to live less than an hour away, get a new job.
sharktits35783101dDepends, do you like driving?
wokeRoach1293101dWay too far imo. I live in North Dakota, there are no true urban areas (literally not one metro area over 200,000 population) and I consider a half hour to be too long to commute.
Nanos3117101dWell in London on a good day it would take me 2 hours to get to work, on a bad day, 4 hours..
And that's only going from A to B inside London !
I did see a job in the nearest town to me, but that's 5 hours away..
As such I think I need a camper van, then I can drive to work, and sleep overnight to do a 4 day week..
Nanos3117101dReminded me of a non-paid intern position I considered, but its 43 hours away. :-)
wokeRoach1293101dI should add, for those who don’t know rural lifestyle - it’s quite common for folks here to commute to other cities for work. A normal commute to hear of is 45m. Fine for you if enjoy driving and listening to podcasts/audio books, but for me, never.
Djanjo552101dYeah it's actually the traffic and not the distance, 25miles in 90min avarage.....