Is a hour and a half commute too long?

I have an interview at what seems to be a company that is much more relevant to my career goals than the current company I am with plus it offers benefits and is full time. I am going in for a interview today but the only concern I have is the commute time. It will take me exactly 1 hour and 40 minutes to get their

I have an interview at what seems to be a company that is much more relevant to my career goals than the current company I am with plus it offers benefits and is full time. I am going in for a interview today but the only concern I have is the commute time. It will take me exactly 1 hour and 40 minutes to get their by bus.

Is this too long of a commute by public transportation?

Other answer:

Rising_Gemini:
That's a short day.

I MUST leave home by 6.30 am if I am to stand any chance of getting to work on time – 8.30 am is the LATEST I can start. And get home again between 6 and 7.30 pm.

Vlad:
why dont you move closer to the new job if it is really worth it. 3 hours a day commuting is really long. that would take a toll on me
doornobk:
Remember that commute will add 3 hours and 20 minutes to your day. So assuming a normal 8:30-5 work day with half hour lunch you have to leave home at what 6:45 and you won't be home till 6:45. Can you mentally and physically handle having 12 hours per work day taken up? That does not leave much time for other stuff so you would have to get all that done on days off.
You may be right:
too long for me, but that is just me, of course I drive 45 minutes to work, so that is probably equal to a long bus ride
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Depends on traffic, pay, benefits, your residence. Also if you enjoy it.
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Plenty people DRIVE that long due to lack of alternatives. Plenty of people take trains due to lack of alternatives. The issue is not the bus ride, the issue is the advantages and are you able to support that schedule.
PMack:
It depends on how good the job is and what your alternatives are. It's better than being unemployed.