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Congratulations on the offer! Good luck with other interviews.
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Congrats! That's a solid offer. If you're pretty happy with the company and work then good decision! Kinda wish I took a higher paying job now as I'm pretty limited in what I can spend if I don't have time to trade

Thanks a lot; both of you have been a great help.

Although I'm happy with how far I've gotten (big departure from the initial OP post), I feel I'm not quite "there" yet ("there" is a very vague term, both to me and anyone reading this). I love the company, the people I worked with, but I honestly don't see much mobility.

Regardless, friends are shitting on me for being on the fence about this decision while they're still trying to snag interviews/jobs. In this economy, I can't really complain, but I think my "always look for better" mentality is becoming more of a hindrance than a positive as of late.
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Ha you should be careful with some of the info you share with people. It's none of their business so now you've let the cat out of the bag and they responded negatively (beyond harmless ribbing), I wouldn't bring it up again. However, I should add that whining about good problems is annoying.
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