Let say that you are very successful at you're job you have great opportunieties but you also have to travel , would you rather want to be more successful in your career or stay with the person you love? Which is more important love or career?
While both love and career are important to an individual. This would have to be a decision made with great care, contemplation, and conversation with both your significant other and God(providing one is a believer). Love unfortunately hasn't seemed to mean these days what is has in the past. If the love of your life is also your best friend, this love is worth much more than the success of a career. The saying stands true in this case "money cannot buy love". While your success in your career may have been a long time sought, hard work at school to obtain, and extremely difficult to land the position; love conquers all. There is a way to have both; finding a good paying position(may not contain the highest pay or best perks) locally without the need for travel would be something worth looking into; provided both career and love in one's current situation are of equal importance at this time of one's life.
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