I'm in a very nice job doing video production for a local cable facility. I work with professional equipment and programs -- DV cameras and decks, Media 100, After Effects, etc. But it's only part time. Not really enough to live on. Yesterday I went to a very disappointing job interview. The ad was rather misleading. It is video production, but it's a staff of one, the hardware is little consumer DV cameras and 1990s-era prosumer editing decks, and there is no computer software. It is, however, a full time job. And those are hard to come by in my field. I've very good reason to think they're going to offer me the job. If they do, my family wants me to take it. Every instinct tells me to run like hell from this thing. Yes, the extra money would be nice. Yes, I need it. No, it would not be a good career move. In fact, I think it would probably be disastrous. I can't see any future potential employer taking me seriously after seeing that as my most recent job experience. What do you think?