What if the double offer gives you less free time? Sure,Accept the other one. It's double the money. People who turn down those kinds of raises tend to regret them later in life because the fun environment at work is not a constant nor guaranteed to stay that way.
You can have more fun with more money in your personal time, which would compensate for the reduced amount of fun at work.
Good environment, awesome co-workers etc is everything to me. No amount of money can match up to these important factors.
I'm torn between these 2 things.It also depends on how much "double" was. If I was making something pretty good but then double would actually get me closer to a work-free retirement earlier in life at a faster rate, I'd take it and start saving up OR if I was on the other end, dirt poor and I got double to go from a poverty-salary to a livable wage, I'd have to take it. If I was somewhere in the middle though and the measurement goes from living comfortably to living more comfortably, probably not.