Too early....you need to put in 1-2 years.....or you will appear "uncommitted" and not to be trusted.....(retired IBM exec mgr/hired many)
by bluegoat114 - 9 hours ago
Its not great to be continually moving after 6 months, but if you need to do it once or twice that seems fine. Lots of time people even move faster than that, and its just part of the process, but moving every 6 months (or even frequently) may give a prospective employer the feeling that if they hired you then you'd leave them after 6 months too, nothing the message you want to send. Of course do everything you can to make sure you'd be happier in the new job. No sense leaving one job you dislike for another you don't like either - luckily this is a former employer so hopefully you already have a good idea as to what the new job would be like.
by BullRooster - 9 hours ago
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