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Thanks for this answer, David. I'm in a similar situation so these tips are great.
A small number of my friends ended up switching jobs after one year due to similar reasons. They told me that as long as you can properly explain why you're leaving without 1) bad mouthing your current employer and 2) bad mouthing yourself then you should be okay.
I want to reiterate that you should not mention you're looking to anyone in your company. They might be talking or gossiping, but when it comes to finding a new job, you want to keep that very close to your chest.
+1 for changing your Career-Related Experience section to bullet points. It makes it easier to read.
I think your objective section and the columns of bullet points actually hurts your resume because it slow me down from getting to your technical skills, which is the most important section for a Systems Engineer.
If you like social media, then take a look at social media jobs. But when you apply, make sure to focus on more than the number of followers you have or that you use facebook and snapchat a lot. Lean on your excel skills to show that you can do more than just post and create content.
Thanks Janet. Wish me luck!
Thanks, Emily. Some friends told me to use one offer as leverage against the other too, but I'm afraid that the company I prefer might not be able to match it. If they can't match but I still want to work there, will it make me look bad?
This definitely helps, and I hope so too! I'll try and speed up company 2.
thank you. this really helps :)
Whoa. I've never really thought about it this way before. Thanks for this!
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