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Q: Is a lateral career move okay to make in order to get out of a company and start afresh at a new one?

James says....
Absolutely. If you have lost your passion for a job, get out. Life is too valuable to not enjoy your work. A lateral financial and position move is not an issue. Just make sure you’re not moving for the sake of moving—you know, change for the sake of change—as the worst situation is to find yourself in another frying pan.

James Coburn is a career specialist with 20 years' experience in search recruitment. He is VP of wwwork!. Click here to send him your questions.