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So, I'm not used to being headhunted, but a coworker forwarded my name to a recruiter (asked me first) about a full time position which is similar to what I am doing now.
Right now I'm consulting. This offer is at a good company, in a location that is a better area and commute for me, and potentially better money as salary than what I am making now as a consultant with (lots of stressful) overtime.
Thing is, I really like where I am now. I like my group a LOT and I think that is important. Also, there's no guarantee I would get this job and I don't want to jeopardize my current position at all.
Am I being unethical in at least entertaining this and following up with the recruiter, potentially interviewing with this company? I mean, I guess it would be really stupid to turn down an opportunity of going FT with a better commute and more money, right? I guess that's been my goal all along. I'm just not used to being in this situation, so I'm not sure what's right or wrong here.