Do I have to settle with my present job?

I want to quit with my present job. I'm with this company for almost 4 months. Though I'm a Marketing Specialist in the company I'm working with, the nature of the job is more on Engineering and I'm not getting any relevant experience with it and reasonable salary. I'm considering working in a call center for the mean time before I take up an advance degree in Marketing Communication, hopefully by next year. I dont have any working experience aside from my present job. I'm still undecided whether to stay here for 3 more months so that I could put it on a record like in my resume.

Asked By: vie - 6/22/2007
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Definitely persue the job of your dreams. I think I would have the new job secured before I quit the one I was working at. The more education the better. It s a judgement call on whether to stick it out for 3 more months or not.
Answered By: Pat Shepherd - 6/22/2007
Additional Answers (4)
start looking but dont leave this one till you have another one to go to
Answered By: Lyndon001 - 6/22/2007
It isn't good to leave a job before 6 months, it looks bad on a resume. I say stick it out and keep on the lookout for something else while your doing it.
Answered By: Greg V - 6/22/2007
Look for other jobs while you work there and if you come along something more interesting then tell the new one you need some time before you start and tell the old one thanks for the opportunity but you're moving up. Never settle.
Answered By: N8UR - 6/22/2007
You can talk to your management about the preference of your job scope and how you can contribute more effectively given a job scope of your choice which I believe is on Marketing. If there is no room for negotiation, you can then look for other greener pasture which suits your expertise while continuing with your... More
Answered By: Marsden - 6/22/2007
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