The idea of crisp hotel sheets, airports, train stations and new places gets me excited. In real life, unfortunately, the trip is never as ideal as the imagined, but I wouldn’t really trade any of the experiences I’ve had.
Most years, the farthest I travel is to Pineville — about a two-hour trip if you’re not familiar — to visit my folks. But, 2014 was atypically busy for my family.
Back before the turn of the last century — in 1997 to be exact — the Louisiana Legislature created a transportation initiative for Lincoln Parish that gave birth to the idea of the much-talked about Interstate 20 corridor.
Improvements to the service roads, bridges and interchanges would not only enhance safety, but also foster economic development, proponents reasoned. The logic appears solid — at least if the first phase of the project is any indication.
Question: I have a kind of unusual question. I have been presented with the opportunity to take two different jobs. One pays much better, but I only think I would like it OK. The second one is really where my passion is, but the pay, while adequate, isn’t nearly as much as the first one is. How do I compare job satisfaction with economic security?