I answered a job post three different times since 2012 for the same school. It is a for-profit and it's a DL teacher in my specialty. The first two times, it was an adjunct, and they didn't reply - no biggie. Well, this last time they did. I've been invited to the next stage which involves me submitting a video of myself presenting a lesson and sending lecture materials via email. The rub, is that it's full time. For some reason, in my mind, I didn't feel strange working for/applying at this school as an adjunct, but it feels very different now that it's full time - I'm going to be honest and say that I worry about how it might look on my resume long term....but that might just be me over-edu-obsessing....which is easy to do when you hang on forums like this one. I think the long time members know my background- I've spent it all at the community college, initially as the dept chair and then adjunct when we started a family. Fast forward 2 decades, and I haven't worked *anywhere* full time since I've been homeschooling my crew. My kids are getting older, and of course I want to return to work full time (or work for myself or something) inside of 4 years....am I overthinking this? Does a for-profit full time job stain a resume or is that just me being paranoid? Edit to add: I have a part time job as a remote advisor to homeschooling families that I would probably have to give up if I am asked/accept.