The reality is sometimes a job doesn't work out. Recognizing the signs early on and being prepared for change are key elements necessary for a rapid recovery, says legal recruiter Carrie Printz. She offers guidelines to help evaluate your current situation and to assess whether you're on the right course to meeting short- and long-term goals. In addition, Printz offers tips to prepare yourself to seek a new position early on -- because it's never too early to ready yourself for a promotion or job change.
Preparing to Survive a Dead-End Job
The National Law Journal
May 10, 2007
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