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  How to Know if You’re Making the Right Choice  
 
When you accept a position you always wonder if you have made the right decision. Is there any way to know if you have indeed made the right decision? Of course it’s difficult to know until you get into the position and begin working but if you have made your list of attributes for the perfect job and chosen the one that most closely matches your list, you can be reasonably certain you have made the right choice.

You went to a great deal of trouble to obtain your perfect job, so you don’t want to be too quick to question your judgment. You want to give yourself time to think about it and learn all there is to know about your new job before you make any judgments. When you first start a job there will be time for you to work into the position and learn it, so don’t think because it isn’t what you expected at the beginning that will continue. You should have asked all the pertinent questions at the interview, and if you did that, any doubts you have in the beginning will dissipate as you learn more about your new job.

Keep in mind that all new positions have a breaking in period and even if you done the same type of work in the past for another company, there will still be some differences. You are not going to work right into your perfect job the first time you sit down at your new desk—you and the job need to learn to know one another before you will feel comfortable. Once you get past the “getting to know you” stage, you will feel more comfortable about the decision you made.

There may be cases where you asked all of the right questions but the employer did not give you complete answers and you find the new job is not what you thought it was. Do you simply grin and bear it? That depends how close it is to being your perfect job. If there is a possibility for improvement, you don’t want to just walk away. If, on the other hand, you do not think the new job is going to work out for you in the end, you will have to decide if you want to stay for the time being and look to move on before you become too involved with the company to seek something else.





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