Switching Jobs!

@kitikatz (191)
Philippines
May 5, 2007 11:31pm CST
Hey guys.. I am plnning to switch jobs. I am currently employed and have a managerial position but does not get good pay. I have submitted my application as an erep in a call center which pays higher than what I get now. Do you think this is good for me? I need your views.. Thanks!
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6 responses
@Jamian (2605)
• Philippines
7 May 07
ok, see you in G-COM, if you will resign, I will dont have a boss anymore, you are my boss, why are you planning to resign, you will leave me? I will cry in the rain!
@kitikatz (191)
• Philippines
7 May 07
I just submitted my application online. LOL... no news yet... i will keep you posted. I want to try something new. WISH ME LUCK!
@kitikatz (191)
• Philippines
11 May 07
They texted me... I have to see them soon for interview!
• Philippines
13 May 07
You are employed and have a managerial position but do not receive the commensurate salary. But money is not everything. You better think twice or more times. Is there no progress in your present company? Call centers offer attractive salaries but it may take time and much effort until you can occupy a managerial position. Evaluate the pros and cons very well and I hope that you would be able to arrive at the right decision. May God bless you.
@kitikatz (191)
• Philippines
14 May 07
Money is not everything.. but my kids are. I am a single parent of two, I hardly make ends meet. The company I am working with now is fast growing, as it grows I have more responsibilities but still receive the same. If I want to make more money, its because I have to give evrything I can to my kids. I hope im doing the right thing. Thanks...
• Philippines
20 May 07
if you have too good many reasons to do it, then do it!
@wendy82 (437)
• United States
7 May 07
To me on the idea of switching jobs is better when you have one job. Make sure you have the other job before you quit the other one. Make sure that you give a two week notice because what if that jobs turns out not to be what you want and then what. Dont leave a job on a bad reputation. So that you can get a good reference. Do what you got to do!
@mayenskie (1308)
• Philippines
6 May 07
I must congratulate you for being not scared to change. Yes, I think your move is good if it does help you financially. Being contented is also good, but in this hard times, you should not only think of yourself but also think of helping in your family's finances. I hope switching to a much higher compensation will help you sustain your financial side but won't somehow compromise your well being.
• Malaysia
6 May 07
Maybe the grass on the other side is greener.. who knows? If u think that is Ok then go on. List out the advantages and disadvantages and make your decision. Good Luck!!!