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Karla Garcia
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Special Event And Marketing Director at Atria Senior Living

So I’ve been working at my corporate job for roughly 2 years, and I hate it. I dread going to work, it is not in the field of what I studied, and my boss is a misogynist condescending you know what. (He’s also currently under investigation by the company because so many clients and employees have reported him) after applying to countless job over the last 4-5 months I received a call back from a non-profit organization. The job is right up my alley, and something I feel would fulfill me at the end of the day- the pay is even 20,000 more a year than what I’m making now! The only problem is the organization is fairly new, the turn over seems high, and although the interviewer was extremely pleasant - the work environment was very “meh” do I take the risk in hopes of a more fulfilling job? Or do I stay where I’m comfortable able and hope for the best? Any advice?!

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Christopher Cohen
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Tow Truck Operator at Aaa

Just go for it. Coulda, shoulda, would have is incorrect terminology.

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Samantha Conwell
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Ceo President at Samanthas Photography

Take the risk, maybe you can be the reason why it will change for the better.

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Peter Maddox
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Karla Garcia why spend another moment doing something you quote... "I hate it". Check Linkedin for contacts working at that non-profit and get more information about the workplace culture. You might not get another opportunity to get out of a job you hate so do whatever it takes to satisfy your concerns.

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