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  • <p>I’ve just started a new job and I’ve hit upon a method of managing how I feel about the role, evealuating when it’s going well and judging when it’s time to leave and look for something new. I’ll present my method here.</p>
<p>It’s a commonplace that there is no longer any such thing as a job for life. In the IT industry, in which I work, it’s a common joke that a permanent job is nothing more than a two-year contract. But how can you objectively measure how well the position is going – other than “it just feels right”?  […]</p>

    Career Management Lite

    I’ve just started a new job and I’ve hit upon a method of managing how I feel about the role, evealuating when it’s going well and judging when it’s time to leave and look for something new. I’ll present my method here.

    It’s a commonplace that there is no longer any such thing as a job for life. In the IT industry, in which I work, it’s a common joke that a permanent job is nothing more than a two-year contract. But how can you objectively measure how well the position is going – other than “it just feels right”? […]