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  • Job Change

    Just Curious

    Do you think changing your job is a good thing?
    Should you change jobs?

    I have been recently working at a Nursing Home for 2 years & I am giving my resignation tomorrow because I found a new job that I will be starting Jan 28th.
    Positive vibes, positive taught

  • #2
    Re: Job Change

    It all depends.. what do you want to do..the people you work the new job a step up in your career..distance from
    Many variables to consider and you have to know which ones are more important for you.
    Btw what happened to this site last few days i could not log in.
    Hayastan or Bust.


    • #3
      Re: Job Change

      I don't think anyone could log in , the page wouldn't load.
      maybe a glitch or server was down,,,who knows
      Positive vibes, positive taught


      • #4
        Re: Job Change

        Originally posted by PepsiAddict View Post
        I don't think anyone could log in , the page wouldn't load.
        maybe a glitch or server was down,,,who knows
        I was having trouble the other day.

        IMO, it is good to change jobs/level every couple of years one way or another.
        "The world is so competitive, aggressive, consumive, selfish, and during the time we spend here, we must be all but that." Jose Mourinho


        • #5
          Re: Job Change

          If you have the chance to move up at your job ecery couple years you are lucky.
          Not everyone has that luxury especially when the economy is like this
          Positive vibes, positive taught


          • #6
            Re: Job Change

            Changing jobs is good when you are young and it builds experience until you find where you belong. As you get older it becomes harder unless you are specialized or have extensive experience on a specific field.
            B0zkurt Hunter