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WORKING: Moving Sideways, Moving Up

February 22, 2012 10:07am (EST)
(Photo Courtesy of Noel Abejo via stock.xchng.)
(Photo Courtesy of Noel Abejo via stock.xchng.)

Any number of reasons might prompt a job-seeker to consider a lateral career move: family obligations, lifestyle changes, simply a desire for new scenery and challenges.

Taking a job at the same level as your current one can make sense in lots of situations, according to our career guru Brandon Smith. But he says doing it out of desperation or doing it too often can end up hurting you.

He has lots more to offer in this week’s Working on GPB Radio. Check it out.

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