Higher pay, less responsibility, and fewer headaches. It took me several months to find a good fit but it paid off. I am currently paid better and have better benefits. I also work at a better location and the people I'm surrounded with enjoy their work. I didn't know how much a negative work environment affected me until I left. Anyhow, if you want out, look at tech. They're hiring and willing to pay for your knowledge and experience.
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It’s so obvious this thread is trolled by HR! There are fantastic jobs out there! You are underpaid and undervalued. You are lead to believe you would fail on the outside! Nobody cares about employee bands or knows what Crotonville is. Make a change and live life- there’s no E-Band section in the nursing home. We all end up in the same place!
Why thumbs down? Nobody believes these delusional fantasy posts. No respectable tech company would touch a GE "alumni" with a ten foot pole. They want winners. As far as former workplaces, you would be better off having Jeffery Epstein's island on your resume than GE
I understand all the thumbs down- find 10 interns or rotational mo--ns, blast out an email telling them to hit the down button!!
I don't understand the thumbs down on this post....The Haters are real!
Absolutely go work for a tech company! Laid off, found a fantastic job- dream job matter in fact. For the first time in my life I love what I do and so do my coworkers. 45% raise and fully remote- location does not matter anymore!
I don't know. Tech companies are being hammered in this market. To move, it would need to be a company that makes money now rather than a company that plans to turn a profit in the future. Need to be selective because when stocks go down all companies look to reduce headcount.