Linked Questions

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How soon after accepting an offer, would it be polite to quit to accept an offer from a different company?

I have not found a duplicate question dealing with this exact situation. I have been steadily applying for jobs since the end of January. My field is very specific, there are a few large companies ...
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Things to do when leaving a job early for another job [closed]

I was fresh out of school and been applying to multiple places as a software engineer. In the end, I was being interviewed 2 companies. One (noted as A) quickly processed stuff and got back to me with ...
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Is it ok to resign a contract to hire position on in the first week?

I just got hired on to be a developer (.Net) at an organization which uses a lot of smoke screens to make themselves look big and formal like IBM. On day one they set me up with a Win 7 machine and ...
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I am disappointed with my new job its appropriate to resign? [closed]

I am a newly hired staff member who's been with the company for less than a month and it seems that I am not comfortable working with my managers and a new colleague. I feel that the expectation of my ...
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Taking a new job with the knowledge that I may have to quit soon after…Will I burn bridges?

I'm working on getting a new job. However, there's a possibility that I might be leaving the country in 7 months to get my masters degree so if I were to start the new job, at say the beginning of ...
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Job change after 6 months [duplicate]

I have been at a startup for 6 months. It is a toxic work environment. I am planning to switch jobs. I have not switched jobs so early. I had been at my previous company for 4 years. Will there be a ...
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Too scared to give resignation [duplicate]

I recently joined an organisation, and after a month I decided to quit gracefully, as I feel it's not a good fit for me. I have been a very genuine person and have never done this before, hence I have ...
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680 views

Early Job Change [duplicate]

So, here's the thing, I was unemployed for a several months after graduation, and shortly after, I was offered with 2 jobs position (both office location are really far away from each other, company A ...
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When is it acceptable to accept a job with the intention of using it as a springboard only? [duplicate]

I have reluctantly accepted a job with a very poor contract which I'm deeply unsatisfied with. I plan to use the job as a spring board / insurance policy whilst job hunting. There are essentially no ...
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How to go about jobhunting when you only want a job so that you can get enough money to move away? [closed]

I'm a semi-recent college grad (~9 months out of college). I want to move from my minor city to New York City but I want to save 4 to 5k before I do that. Therefore, I have to get a job but I'll ...
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1answer
521 views

how to resign gratefully [duplicate]

I have been working in a new company for only 1 month and I have received another better offer. How should I resign gratefully with the current employer? Will they accept if I tell them that I get a ...
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Started new job, have a better offer. Renegotiate or leave early? [closed]

After working for a small ski resort for 3 years with no room for advancement I decided it was time to move on. I searched for a couple of months for something that I would enjoy as much and ...
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Should change my job after only 2 month? [closed]

I was working for a marketing company before as a software consultant for their clients after 1 year and 3 month, I decided to get a new job with a better offer which is where I am working now as a ...
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2answers
376 views

What is the best way to approach my boss with my two week resignation? [closed]

I am not one that likes to "job hop". I have been on my current job for one year. I was offered a better job in the same field, which pays quite a bit more money. I have accepted this new position. ...
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1answer
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How to tell employee I'll accept a new offer right after signing [duplicate]

I have been working on a consulting company for the past 10 months as an intern and signed a full contract with them last month, accompanied with a change of client. However, right after that I got ...

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