I have just finished a second interview with a company that manufactures (and prints) credit cards for Visa and MasterCard.
The company is highly interested in me. Particularly for my color management skills, which is an area they struggle.
I’ve been unemployed since the start of the pandemic in March. Their offer for salary is not a phenomenal one. I’m prepared to negotiate, and will do so aggressively. But should they not buckle, should I sell myself sort, given the circumstances?
Part of me says “no” given the fact the pandemic isn’t going anywhere soon, so I should treat this like any other job.
However, for almost that very same reason, one could argue just the opposite.