John Van Wagoner
"Working" a job is only the part where you are actively taking the "work" action. So once you have done the "work" action to pick up your cargo you are not considered to be "working" a job until you reach your destination and do another "work" action to complete the job.really? i would have thought from the moment you start the job, until the moment you end the job, that you are "working" the job...
The time you are flying between locations is not considered "working" a job, even if it is "active". So in your example you would not lose your Badger job.