I don't know, maybe it's me, but I do not leave a job unless working there becomes an even bigger hassle or headache than the pain in the butt that IMO job hunting is. After all, I confess I am an Introvert--I have absolutely no problem with working my butt off or coming in early and staying late or doing extra jobs--all those are far easier for me than to go back to filling out applications and the emotional roller-coaster ride that IMO comes with going on interviews. This is why--I don't believe it is possible to hope and pray for the best for an unemployed or an underemployed person well too often or until they have a job that actually meets all their needs.
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|Agreed, After all, I confess--I am guilty of this too, since I hate the job hunting process, the temptation to say-Thank God, it is over-now I can concentrate on what I do best--which is to simply work, but there is more to starting a job than just starting a job, especially for the young. After all, moving up the ladder or into more hours or benefits or all the above may not be important today, but they are bound to be tomorrow if not tomorrow then one day--some day, it will.|