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March 25, 2011

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Applying for a job requires considerable time and effort, and job seekers would do well to undertake some research on whether the job suits their job expectations and concentrate their energies only on such jobs that match their requirements.Possible reasons for changing jobs include lack of growth prospects in present job, ethical issues with present role, dissatisfaction with work conditions, problems with boss or colleagues, inability to make a work-life balance or any other reason. Unless the job seeker is clear on the job expectations, chances are that the same problems will continue to torment the job seeker in the new job as well.

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