Apologies if this is a bit long, but I could use some advice...
I'm currently 27 years old and a Ni-dominant INFJ. I've never been to college, had a real relationship and I've always suffered from depression. Around the time I was 22, my best childhood friend of 14 years committed suicide which left me devastated and unable to leave the house. I'm beginning to bounce back (taking wellbutrin), but I'm still stuck in a rut. My circle of friends is very small and we don't even live in the same state which means I'm at home all day doing nothing. I used to have suicidal thoughts and internal debates regarding the afterlife because I want to believe that there's something—anything better than what I'm going through. I feel like I've wasted so much time that I'll never get back, but I'm having difficulty changing it.
I was offered a job from my sister (lives in L.A.) to be a production assistant. I'd be living with her while working 12+ hour days for very little pay. It's a fast, high-stress job where sudden outbursts of anger from the staff aren't uncommon. Despite this, I want to be able to work, find someone, have my own place, be social, etc. I genuinely care and want to help make a difference in people's lives, but I'm not sure if I should start with this job or look elsewhere because I have very little networking and marketable skills.
Should I take my sister's offer and try to rough it out or ease back into society with something less stressful? I would go from hardly working in years - to being put on the spot with tons of responsibilities if I chose the PA job. On the other hand, it's an almost guaranteed job in an area I'm largely unfamiliar with. I think I'd prefer to do some sort of volunteer or social work, but I wouldn't have a clue on where to start.