So you have a good job. You’ve gone through the hunting and the résumés and the interviews and the references and finally, finally, you’ve landed the job you want at a company you’ve always wanted to work for. You can finally relax and forget about the tiring job search.
Sure, put the job search out of your head for a few weeks, maybe a month. Put yourself 110 percent into starting out on the good foot and making a splash at your new gig. And then put your job hunting hat back on. Preparing for the next job is what this chapter is about.
“But I love my new job!” I hear you say. “I just went through this book about getting hired, and now you tell me to plan for my next job?” Indeed I am.
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