AvantGuild: It’s Not Me, It’s You: When Is It Time To Move On?

oneminutementor.jpgAvantGuild is premiering a new series called One Minute Mentor, presenting short-and-sweet career advice from top media pros.

In the inaugural installment, Jay Lauf, vice president and publisher of The Atlantic, shares how you know when it’s time to move on from a job.

A highlight:
“After being at the first place for nearly 10 years, I’m clearly not a job hopper. But after about six months, I realized it was the wrong thing, and it was a hard thing to reconcile. On the one hand, I felt like I am dedicated to the people that hire me; I have an obligation to them. On the other hand, I think you wrestle with, ‘Oh God, I think I made a bad decision. I want to accept that.'”

More here.

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