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Survey results posted this month by Experience.com indicated 7 out of 10 college grads leave their first job within two years. At CAREEREALISM, we've known about this job-jumping trend for a while. Take a look at our slogan: CAREEREALISM...Because EVERY Job is Temporary. If you're looking to move on to job #2, then this week's video S.H.O.T. (short, helpful & on-target) of CAREEREALISM offers some insight on what you should do. Here it is...

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We've all been there. At some point, we are finally "done" with our current employer and make the decision to hunt for a new job. That's just the nature of the beast—we get hired, we get excited, we have a honeymoon phase, we work hard, and, slowly, the glow wears off. Next employer, please.

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