Where the Grass is Greener

You've made a list of all the bad things about your job and decided to make the leap to some other company. Will things be better, or just more of the same? You can't know until you try, but you do know what's going on where you are now. Of coure, there's always the chance that the new job could be even worse. One thing we know from statistics is that hopping to a new job is more likely to bring you a better paycheck than asking for a raise where you are now. Maybe that will be enough to make you feel better about going from the frying pan into the fire. This comic is from CommitStrip.


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When I interview for a new job, I ask questions (and make observations) to ensure it doesn't have the same terrible issues as my prior job. Problem is, it's always a DIFFERENT kind of terrible. In hindsight there were always a few subtle signs that I might have spotted, had I known to look for them. Experience is something you get right AFTER you needed it.
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