Perhaps a Fi approach would be more about conflict between pragmatic concerns (money, career, logistics etc) and emotive concerns (expected stress levels, personal fulfillment, level of predictability/variance in tasks, personalities of management/employees, work environment, ability to enable/hinder a desired lifestyle etc); or perhaps to simply attempt to weigh up such emotive concerns and decide which has greater priority over the others (eg. "even if the job will be extremely fulfilling, to what degree can I live with high stress and unfriendly co-workers?")
I think we have to steer away from emotions when talking about this. I think of the way the word 'feeling' is used in such descriptions as an intuitive sense of things, rather than an emotion. And that sense responds: "right vs. wrong?", "appropriate vs. inappropriate?", "necessary vs. unnecessary?" etc; rather than: angry, upset, happy etc. Emotions do get entangled in this but they tend to tag on after that initial reaction. On the other hand, I think Ti primarily reacts with: "consistent or inconsistent?"