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Malou Del Castillo, Contributor
 
January 30, 2012

6 Things to Do before You Decide to Change Jobs

Making the move from one company or field to another needs careful thought and planning. By Malou Del Castillo
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Often, employees move to a new company because they are unhappy with one or two factors in their current job, including a difficult boss. They may also be tempted by higher pay. But it takes more than an amicable boss and a large paycheck to bring true job fulfillment. To avoid making impulsive decisions that you may regret, take some time to organize your thoughts and priorities.

 

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(First published in the June 2010 issue of Good Housekeeping, Good Money: Career Counsel section as "Should I Stay or Should I Go;" adapted for use in Female Network)

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  • zummy Jan 30 2012 @ 01:36pm Report Abuse
       
    thanks for this.. :)
  • zihersh 11 months ago Report Abuse
       
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