Linked Questions

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Just graduated college, was hired and now I have another offer [duplicate]

I graduated college in September of 2017. Upon graduation a was able to land a job with a company I had interned with for a year and three months. I have been employed full-time with this company for ...
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1answer
484 views

Ethics of Accepting a Job Offer with the knowledge that I may soon leave [duplicate]

Within the next week, I'm expecting to hear back regarding two offers: one for further education in another country in about 4-5 months' time, and another for a part-time job beginning in the next ...
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1answer
463 views

Is it wrong to leave a company shortly after starting? [duplicate]

I am currently a contract employee for one company. That company is ending my contract in the next week or so. I have been interviewing at other places, some looking very promising as permanent ...
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2answers
343 views

How do I resign from a job I just started without offending anyone? [duplicate]

I started a new job about a month and a half ago. From day one I didn't like it and felt that it wasn't for me. Initially, I assumed that I was only feeling that way because it was new to me and ...
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1answer
358 views

Switching to a different job immediately after taking a new one [duplicate]

I have been interning for a large company for about two years now. For about the past 6 months, the company has been looking to find someplace to move me into fulltime. They finally found me a new ...
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2answers
244 views

When to move to a new web development job despite recently starting my current one? [duplicate]

5 months ago I started a new job as a web developer which was a much desired change that was also a complete career transition for me. Even though I took a massive pay and benefits cut from my ...
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1answer
228 views

Accepting a new job offer shortly after starting a job [duplicate]

So I am a graduate, nothing's confirmed yet, but I want to prepare for this hypothetical situation just in case. I'm currently desperate for a job, so I applied for not only jobs in the industry I ...
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1answer
285 views

can I leave a job after two weeks? [duplicate]

Is it okay to quit a job if you're not interested any more? I want to quit the company, but my sister is also working here and I don't want to risk her employment.
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2answers
284 views

I'm going to leave a state job a few months after starting. Will this hurt me in the future? [duplicate]

First, I'd like to apologize if my questions come off as naive. I graduated 15 months ago and I'm new to having a career. I've just started a job at a university in Florida, which makes me a state ...
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1answer
539 views

How to quit after a month when there is nothing wrong with the job or my performance [duplicate]

I started a really good job 3weeks ago, I am actually very good at what I am doing here and have made an impact. There is nothing wrong with the role, it's as I expected, in fact much more high ...
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0answers
105 views

How to quit shortly after starting in the best possible way? [duplicate]

I spent last months searching for jobs. The positions I applied for are mid-level white-collar jobs. This week I've started a job I wan't sure I should accept. The first reason was it's a temporary ...
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8answers
17k views

How do I maintain a good relationship with an employer after resigning?

I'm working my first job and would like to have my current boss as a reference if possible. But if I leave, it's almost certainly going to be a resignation to move to another job. I feel like I'm ...
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5answers
22k views

What is the right approach to quit a job during probation period for a competing offer?

Two weeks ago I joined a new company and during the hiring process I used a competing offer to increase the proposed salary. Now that competing offer from the other company has increased to almost 2x ...
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5answers
7k views

Is it unprofessional to leave a job early as a trainee?

So I recently got a job at a cellphone company. Don't get me wrong. I love the job. It taught me a lot of things. I love the people there and my boss. But I had a very uncomfortable situation with ...
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4answers
8k views

Should I quit because I'm not up to the job?

I am currently working in a small firm of less than 20 people as an only software engineer for a contract position for doing a software application. I am currently not confident that I can finish the ...

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