In late 2003, I finally quit my first office job. The decision was reached for all of the typical reasons.
In my role at SoftwareCompany, I was underpaid and underwhelmed to be doing the same stressful thing, day after day, with no hope of change.
It happens to just about everybody in the modern world. We no longer stay with the same employer for decades. My own gig had run its course and it was time to move on to the next one.
This isn’t a bad thing at all. In fact, I found that job-hopping is one of the best ways to grow both your salary and your career.
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