Jow Forums I hate my job

Brandon Reyes
Brandon Reyes

Jow Forums I hate my job. I started in July and it hasn't got any better.

How long do I need to stay to avoid hurting my career?

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Julian Sanchez
Julian Sanchez

10 years

Jayden Russell
Jayden Russell

A year.

T. In the same situation

Wyatt Carter
Wyatt Carter

Welcome to life user

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William Morgan
William Morgan

You have to stay at least a year or else it's a red flag. Sucks, but that is customary.

Samuel Murphy
Samuel Murphy

Fuck boomers

Jace Hill
Jace Hill

Some of these peoples kids are today billionares because their fatheres did what was needed to do to give their kids a better chance at life.

Joshua Howard
Joshua Howard

autist and virgin
shitskin mongrel
manlet
nigger
nigger
nigger
khhv faggot
nigger
normalfag
manlet
faggot
HR back then knew how to get those types to wagecage

Asher Gomez
Asher Gomez

"waaaaaah its the boomers fault i'm a vain, uncompetitive, entitled prick"

grow up faggot

Kevin Baker
Kevin Baker

Who is that beautiful female goddess? Is her penis feminine enough for marriage?

Isaiah Young
Isaiah Young

Wow what a beautiful female! I want to smell her sweet feminine fart and her wet vagana!

Xavier Watson
Xavier Watson

If you female a year, male 5 years

Kevin Campbell
Kevin Campbell

one year if your other jobs have been longer. if your resume is that you have changed jobs once a year you're fucked.

Jason Hughes
Jason Hughes

6 months should be enough. As long as you have a good reason, you can switch jobs as many times as you like. The only time it would hurt you is if you do it too often. One short stint is not going to harm and you can even leave it off your resume, or you can lie and say they were contract roles.

Robert Scott
Robert Scott

So I had a job that lasted 2 years before getting laid off in May.

Can I start looking for work in January assuming it will take a few months to find anything?

Christian Roberts
Christian Roberts

People who change jobs more often earn more money quicker = earn more money during their whole working lifespan.

Blake Peterson
Blake Peterson

I cant believe that is actually a dude

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Nicholas Jackson
Nicholas Jackson

If you can find another job right away, you can stay three weeks. What hurts your resume are hopping too frequently, and gaps

Jonathan Edwards
Jonathan Edwards

Anyone telling you a year or above is a tard.
If an employer asks why you had such a short stay explain to them why you didnt like it.
"Management was made aware of gaps in efficiency and did nothing about it. My peers weren't sharing the work load, and there was no way of measuring you success, as metrics and any other form of measurement we're not being tracked."

Chase James
Chase James

If you don't like your job, look for another one, what the fuck? Why do people consistently torture themselves by staying at jobs they hate? There is no amount of time you need to stay somewhere to avoid hurting your career. People saying one year are fucking clueless ancient dinosaurs. Sometimes you are lured into a job and it's not at all what you expected. In fact, you should always be looking for better jobs and opportunities and use your current job as leverage for higher pay.

Bentley Gray
Bentley Gray

fucking die already old hag

Christian Gonzalez
Christian Gonzalez

Yes, but, just make sure the one you are going to is something you can stay at for a long time. You have a resume that is like 2yrs, 1yr, 1yr.. then that really becomes a problem.

Not good advice. It's important to make jumps at the right time in your life, but, if your resume looks like a job-hopper, those climbs are going to stall really fast.

Jordan Davis
Jordan Davis

all jobs suck

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