Our expert says:
Sometimes it is indeed comforting to simply state one's problem and concerns, even without getting comments or feedback --- it helps to clarify one's thinking on a subject.
Presumably you were to some degree unhappty in your old job, otherwise, why did you leave it ? You seem to feel that the new job isn't what you expected, whether [erhaps in some degree because yopur expectations may have been unrealistic, or perhaps what you were offered didn't match reality. Didn't you get a description of the job and work content when offered the job ? IF so, if the work tyou're asked to do doesn't match that, then something may be wrong, and worth taking up with the HR dept or person, who may, anyway, be worth chatting to.
You're right that in these days of economic chaos, it can be unfortunate to give the impression of being a job-hopper, though if the rest of your CV is stable and impresive, you may get a chance to discuss this one bad experience with othe rprospective employers. How did it happen that a line of work which is within your field fo study, and presumably was mentioned in the ads and recruitment and interview, is so distasteful to you ?
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