What to consider when moving jobs

Frustration with a current employer, or the temptation of new opportunities or higher remuneration, can push us into a job change we later regret. Here’s what to look out for before you leap
by Bethan Rees

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An article by Natashia Larkin for recruiter CV-Library’s website, titled 'How to ensure your employees aren’t making a career move they’ll regret', refers to research the firm carried out about moving jobs. It finds that 44.5% of 1,600 respondents have made a career move they later regretted. It’s unsurprising, given the powerful push and pull factors that can lead people to believe the grass will be greener at another firm. But by giving careful consideration to your reasons for making a career move, you can avoid making the wrong decision. 
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Published: 10 Aug 2018
Categories:
  • The Review
Tags:
  • Young People
  • culture change
  • Career advice

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