Should You Listen To Your Gut When Job-Searching?
By Ask a Manager on March 02, 2013
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[Editor's Note: A job search can be a stressful time. Balancing the sometimes desperate need for a job with the desire to find the right fit (and something you won't regret later) can be a challenge. Should you trust your gut during this process even if all other signs point the other way? -Paula G
A reader writes:
I am being laid off at the end of February. It’s a single-role redundancy, not a mass layoff, and as much as something like this can ever be positive, it is. My managers have gone out of their way to make it clear that they hate to see me go and have been very proactive in putting me in touch with contacts for further opportunities.. .
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