We have been discussing at work how to attract people willing to drive to Nashville everyday to work. In my instance it’s 125 miles round trip a day. Which takes anywhere from 2 1/2 to 3 hours a day travel time. 2.5x5= 12.5 hours a week, 650 hours a year. So I give 650 hours a year just to get to work and back. That’s like working an extra 4 months a year at a 40 hour a week job. The average working hours in a year is 2,000 so that 650 hours in travel time is 32.5% of a normal working year. That’s a tough pill to swallow especially with little kids at home. What’s your breaking point of it’s worth making more to travel that far vs making less and being closer to home? Did travel time play into the job you chose?