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Many changes are made at the very beginning of the school year
If you plan to leave, telling the workplace where you are ASAP is the most
Don't leave without a firm offer in writing from the new position
The devil (or in this case, angel) you know... I have changed careers 5 times
and jobs four times that often. Each change is a lurch and a learning. I have
loved all my jobs, the work that is, but not all work places. Now at my mid-
life, I choose a wonderful workplace over money.
Still, I am a risk taker, and if something spiffy came along, I might be
tempted. How much of a risk taker are you? There are many unknowns. Can you
meet up with an incompatible workplace and say, "Oh darn" or would you be
terribly regretful and depressed if the new workplace is not as good a fit for
you as your current job?
How does your roommate feel and think about all this? Remember the oxygen mask
theory, that you put your own on in an airplane, before helping someone else.
Make sure the move you make takes care of you.
Mom always said, "Look before you leap!" Still good advice.
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