Posted April 04, 2008 by

Go full speed ahead, no turning back

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DENVER, CO — If you are certain that you would be better off in a new job, and have given it plenty of thought and research, go for it full speed ahead. Invest whatever time and energy that’s required to reach your goal. Don’t sit back and wait for them to find you.

If you have something that the market wants, you will find a new job. It will take time. There may be times in your job search that you realize that your current job doesn’t look half bad. So don’t burn bridges with current employers, you just may have to turn back and cross that bridge one more time.
Many people are looking for better opportunities all the time. It’s been estimated that graduates can expect on average to have held 8 different jobs by the time they are 40 yrs old. Some hiring managers and recruiters state that your resume will be stronger if it shows SOME changes in jobs, as long as the reasons for change are positive. It can show that you can be versatile in many fields but be careful with the changes and how many.
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