No, not a good idea. After a while, you are no longer a new grad, so most places will be leery to hire you. There are threads by others on here that discuss that they didn’t go straight to a nursing job for x reason, and now the cannot get hired anywhere. Even with that said, many new grads are having trouble finding new jobs.
I responded to your other similar post yesterday. My step mom is interested in the details of this 100% commission job. If this is true, per her words (and 30+ years experience, is a VP of mortgage with a worldwide finance company and the education to go with it, she is in NYC). She believes that there is something illegal/unethical taking place if someone is making 20-30 grand a month in this current economy, and would love to know the company/details. You can pm that to me if you are uncomfortable to post. Unless you know in your heart there is something that's not quite right in this deal. In the pre CV-19 economy in some locations, with experience, it was possible.
Either way, you sound as if you want us to give you permission to do it. You don't need permission or an okay. Do as you wish. You've already seen much advice from both posts, but only you can decide what you want to do