Should I quit my current job for a new one?

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  • Should I quit my current job for a new one?


Answer #1 | 28/12 2013 21:24
I agree you shouldn't leave because you could end up hating the other and then you're out of two options for a new job. Deal with it a bit longer, remember not all jobs are great, most aren't. If its decent take it. Besides you're getting paid the same. Be happy you have a job!
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Answer #2 | 28/12 2013 21:17
As a Waitress, I'm guessing you make more in tips then in hourly pay. You should compare tips between the two jobs before deciding. Also - what is the average length of employment for current workers? restaurants with high staff turnover are typically bad to the workers. Why does the friends restaurant have additional openings? More to consider than just the pay and extra meal. Then I would suggest stay put for a while
Answer #3 | 28/12 2013 21:17
I think you should stay at your current job for a while, the last thing you want to do is leave one job for another one that you may hate. You should stay there for awhile if it doesn't get better then leave.
Answer #4 | 03/01 2014 01:31
Leave your job if it is better. If you have been there less than a month, leaving won't leave a bad impression :p as you won't be working for those people anymore, and you haven't worked long enough to need them as a reference. If you are planning to jump jobs, do it early (first month). You can't put 7 days of experience on your resume anyways. As long as it doesn't show up on your resume or you work in a small town/industry where everyone knows each other, it doesn't really matter.

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