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Old 18-05-2014, 01:03 PM
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My advice is to really moderate your expectations than to find out that actually the same thing happens everywhere. Evaluate the areas in your current job that you can learn and grow in, then focus on them rather than the bad things. Like it or not, as a fresh graduate, you will always be the lowest in the food chain as you start your career and ppl will pile you with work that is either of low value, or too tedious for the rest. But the ones who can bite the bullets, show versatility and resiliency are usually the ones who will gain invaluable experience and move up the food chain.

Too often, I have seen fresh graduates job hop in search of that holy grail. My advice is, there is no holy grail. Many times, they realized it too late when their peers start moving up and they are still job hopping looking for entry level positions.
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