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Look at the big pic­ture: how would a move af­fect your CV? You will be more at­trac­tive to em­ploy­ers if you’ve held a po­si­tion for 18-36 months, while a his­tory of chang­ing jobs ev­ery few months will im­pact neg­a­tively on your fu­ture em­ploy­ment. And if your cur­rent job isn’t turn­ing out as ex­pected, it means that there’s some­thing you could learn from the ex­pe­ri­ence. Re­flect on the in­ter­view process: what were your ex­pec­ta­tions and what were the com­pany’s?

Self-coach­ing can also pro­vide valu­able in­sight into what a job can do for you and how things could change. Write down the ar­eas where you’re do­ing well and the ex­pec­ta­tions that are pan­ning out. Then ex­plore the rea­sons why the job is not what you’d hoped for.

If you go through this process and dis­cover that you re­ally are in the wrong place, go ahead and look for some­thing else. Don’t stay if you’re un­happy. Just make sure you have fi­nan­cial sup­port, like a new job lined up or sav­ings, in case you don’t find a new po­si­tion straight away.

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