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February 1, 2015 4:56 PM

Evaluating job fit: Four factors to consider when wondering if it's time to move on

Many times during your career you will be faced with the difficult question: is it time to move on? Salary and flashy benefits packages certainly are vital pieces of information necessary to make such a decision. However, a career/job change decision based on a benefits package alone may leave you with regrets in the long run.

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