I received an offer from a school in GA for the upcoming academic year (starts in August). Pros included higher salary (slightly, it is teaching after all), head coach and a better working enviornment than where I am currently. However, I have a final interview on Wednesday for a position in D.C. If offered, I would much prefer this position as I will have a much higher salary, the opportunity to diversify my resume, and not relocate ten hours away. This position is in the field of education, but I won't be teaching. Plus, this company will pay for grad school. Note: I applied to GMU but have not heard back yet. I don't want to drag my feet with the GA job and risk it slipping away, but I'd like to avoid committing and then backing out. I'll probably ask for the some time to "talk it over", but I can't be expected to hold out indefinitely. If I accept the GA job and later take the D.C. job, would I burn a bridge? My initial thought is accept the GA position and back out later if I get the DC job. Thoughts?