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Short info - I'm an IT professional, worked in 7 companies so far, between 1 to 1.5 year each, all finished on good, friendly terms. Recently I started my first senior position, however I resigned after a month (it was long, horrible story of incompetent managers etc, but still, finished on a good terms). Now, I'm in the second company, a bit longer (6 months now), but it I feel another "festival of incompetence", and, more importantly, I feel I'm doing totally useless stuff which not only not pushes my skills and career forward, but effectively reverse them. The kind of a company run by people who worked there always, and despite they are "average employee" - their word is more important that managers. Most of the employees are really graduates who never have worked anywhere else, so whatever happens they don't really have a comparison. You probably know what kind of a feeling it gives - the whole world is wrong and stupid, but us.
Both companies have quite big turnover of employees, probably for the same reason I mentioned here.
And to my question - would leaving another job after a short period will be a problem with my further career? I've spoken with two recruiters so far and they told me that it looks pretty bad, whatever the explanation for leaving a job may be. Especially with the fact that it would be one after another. Would it be much better to "suffer" some more time, lest say another 6 months, simply for the sake of having "properly looking" entry in the resume?