Hi all, Had a quick question that wasn't Vegas related so I'm hoping this is the most appropriate place. Long and short, I started a new job about 8 months ago at a large firm which I've finally settled into. I was a strategic hire to establish market share in an area which, once contract is awarded in 2/3 months, I'll essentially be running a good portion of things (not as the Director mind you, but as a LPM or something tantamount). I'm 33 so given my age, I'm happy with the prospect. Currently, I'm involved in a handful of initiatives and while the work-life balance can at times be difficult here, I'm in a good place now and do enjoy the work. I'm the lead on only a few matters, but once this large contract is awarded, I'll be transitioning over ostensibly into what I really love. A former friend and colleague texted me today with a role that would be significantly higher than the one I have currently, presumably with a good bit more money and the ability to work for my friend. It's a commercial based job as opposed to federal, of which the latter I've only done my entire career. While I'm worried about work-life balance at the new opportunity due to the unknown, and am happy where I'm at now, I'm enticed at this prospect. Ultimately, I don't want to be a job jumper and I do like the majority of the people I work with currently, as well as the prospect to run this new contract once it's awarded come August/September. Any advice on what to do here? I'm inclined to stay, as I've jumped jobs after around 2 years before (which I guess is not really job jumping these days) and would like to just have one job for a number of years in terms of stability, but I don't want to miss an opportunity I may not get again. The corollary, however, is perhaps my current job is such an opportunity that will manifest in a few months. The current company I'm with is known around the world so if I did stay and left for somewhere else down the road, I don't think that would be an issue given the difficulty to get into this company (so presumably, I'm halfway competent lol). My wife and I are also moving within the next month or two insofar as giving context for moving jobs during such a time (and any associated risk therein). Thanks for any comments, and I apologize ahead of time if this comes across as insensitive to those who've been furloughed due to COVID or had a similar, tough circumstance. Trying not to be tone deaf but would love to hear what people think here as I find it helpful to get objective, third party opinions.