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Should I leave my current job?

By mwu ·
I am currently working at a small law firm as a networking assistant. I have been working here for about two monthes. I found out I would not learn much in my current job as I expected at the beginning because our company outsource the servers to outside consulting company. Now I got better offer from my old company which I left about two monthes ago because I used to work there part time as a desktop support. My old company is a big company. I am not sure I should go back to my old company or not because I just started working in my current company.

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Does a chicken have lips?

by amcol In reply to Should I leave my current ...

You posted this question, the answer to which is painfully obvious, because you wanted some validation of what you already know. you go.

Run, do not walk, back to your old job.

Any other questions?

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I would if I were you

by sleepsalot In reply to Does a chicken have lips?

This is an easy one. The old place seems like you would have more room to grow.


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by iCanVNCyou In reply to Does a chicken have lips?

it definitely sounds like you've already made up your mind and just need validation at this point. pack up your cube and get going.

good luck.

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by mwu In reply to agreed...

Yeah, I already made up my mind. Money is an issue for me now and I feel i am much under pay now base on the salary report.

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Is a frogs

by dafe2 In reply to Does a chicken have lips?

butt water tight?

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only if ...

by MCS-1 In reply to Is a frogs

it's water-tight as long as it doesn't have chicken lips.

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by stress junkie In reply to Should I leave my current ...

You answer your own question. You're in a dead end job that you just started and you expect to be miserable from being undertasked. You have a better offer at the place that you left; a place that has better prospects for career growth. Duh.

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