Some people accept jobs just for the pay. They feel like if they have the money, then they are happy. Well it doesn't work like that all the time. The base pay should be worth the type and amount of work you will preform. Ask yourself if the company offers incentive pay and consider how the amount of incentive pay compares to your past earnings. Knowing what kind of jobs you would not take and witch ones you find simply adequate, can be very helpful. Seeking a job that allows you to incorporate what you enjoy can help you create a positive work environment for yourself.
Another important factor is what kind of opportunities you will get. A job that offers clear opportunities for growth, promotion, and advancement can be a good option; as well as criteria for evaluating employee talent and performance. You will need to able to understand what your colleagues will expect from you in the position for which you apply. And ask yourself about the skills of any subordinates you may manage in your new position to help you decide if you can be an effective manager.
At the end having a lager salary is important but its not a major factor in choosing a carer. Mostly just think about the earnings, commute, and the promotion opportunities as a whole and I am sure the carer you find will be perfect for you.