Our expert says:
There's a real advantage in the early stages of one's work life to sticking with jobs where you're not fully happy. I don't mean tolerating abusive work conditions, but its unrealistic to expect bliss from the atart. If you flit from job to job, you get little chance to gain real experience, and future prospective employers with jobs you'll really like, are discouraged by a record of too many brief jobs. You'd probably do best to stay where you are for a year or so --- maybe look for and discuss leasantly with the bosses whether there might be openings outside their sales division. Are you really, really UNhappy, or just not really happy ?
And as Maria rightly says, consider getting some vocational psych testing and career counselling, to match your interests and abilities with jobs you'd be more likely to feel happy in ?
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