It’s the question you hate to ask but may inevitably face: When Should I Leave My Job? This week, a listener wonder just that when a promising opportunity arises even though they weren’t even looking to leave their current job.

I’ve currently been with my employer for 2 years, and I’m really content with where I am currently at my employer. Recently I’ve been contacted by a recruiter. We discussed some information, and I basically told him I’m happy where I am but if the ideal position opened up I’d be willing to take it.

Well, he got me 2 interviews this coming week. I’m hesitant at taking them because I’m not really actively looking for a job change. Just wanted to put the feelers out there to see if I gauge any interest. See what’s new in the industry and what not.

So my question to you is how do you know when it’s time to move on from a company?


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