Six Good Reasons to Jump ShipBy Deborah Rothberg | Posted 09-07-2006
A few years ago, when tech jobs were sparse, nobody had the balderdash to speak of leaving their current jobs to pursue brighter opportunities.
To have an IT job at all seemed like a gift, one not to be treated carelessly.
Yet, by most accounts, the market has changed for the better and in the years that have passed, a somewhat restless IT workforce has emerged.
Many know the market is rife with opportunities, but are nervous that they'll make the wrong move at the wrong time, and find themselves back in a precarious employment situation.
There are good and bad reasons to leave a job, as well as good and bad times, experts told eWEEK. Why you want to leave is as important as what you are leaving for, if not more so.
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