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I am writing my second resignation letter in just one year....do I have a proble

  1. ronhi profile image75
    ronhiposted 6 years ago

    I am writing my second resignation letter in just one year....do I have a problem?

    The first letter was 7 months ago in a small company. Now I am in a big company and am quitting again...and now am wondering, maybe the problem is with me and not my employers?

  2. ytsenoh profile image85
    ytsenohposted 6 years ago

    The answer to your question is dependent upon all the factors relating to the working relationship between you and each of the employers, your reasons for wanting to leave (or change positions), so it's a little difficult to give the appropriate response without knowing all the facts.

  3. profile image0
    newday98033posted 6 years ago

    If you can get two jobs in less than a year, what's your problem?

  4. JanHeath profile image74
    JanHeathposted 6 years ago

    Maybe look at what you didn't like about each job and see if there are some common things that make you want to move on - things about the work, your colleagues, the management, the way the company runs?  Maybe you want a career change?  Or to have your own business?  People change jobs a lot more now though if you change really regularly it is worth thinking about what your resume will say about how long you'll stay at the next job.  Not the end of the world but the next employer will probably ask about why you moved so some thoughts about what didn't suit you (without being negative, particularly if the boss was the issue) and what is going to be good about the next  one you apply for could help when you go for the next interview.

  5. Faceless39 profile image93
    Faceless39posted 6 years ago

    I know you Ronhi.  You're highly intelligent, educated, and perceptive.  To be completely honest, I value your gut instincts!  If you quit somewhere, you did it in your very best interests.  Those who are highly perceptive and educated don't always fit into the "normal" routine of things.  I can almost guarantee you did the right thing for yourself and your career.  Never doubt this.  It's definitely Them and not You!!!!!!!!!  smile  Move on, do well for yourself, and don't settle.

 
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