Hi. Lenders look at time on a job as a "compensating factor". This means if you have a low credit score, few assets, or a high debt-to-income ratio (DTI) then a long time on the job can offset one or more of those. However if you have good credit, assets, etc. I would take the new job. They will look favorably at the higher income (lower debt-to income ratio). Keep in mind the job should be in the same line of work. If you have any other questions you can contact me email@example.com. Hope this helps.