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Last thread I'm going to make on this.

Tomorrow I need to make a decision on one of two jobs. Almost all of the signs point toward taking the smaller job - it offers more money, more flexibility, and better pay.

That said, the other job has a bigger title, and I just sat and watched one of their commercials, reminding me how I'd like to have a bigger influence on a bigger company's decisions.

Do I go for short term satisfaction, or long term brand recognition?
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Sounds like you're choosing between a small company that pays well and sees you as a human being and a large company that will treat you like another cog in their machine

What about this "brand recognition" could possibly even benefit you?
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>>17916707
thiiiiis

Jobs that make room for your quality of life are RARE, op.
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>>17916701
Take the message of the commercials with a grain of salt. There's no way you'll have any big influence in a big company unless you're in upper management or something.
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>>17916701
Definitely choose the first one. Ambition will lead you nowhere. You can be happy without that. Money and flexibility are a lot more important to accomplish your dreams.
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>>17916707
>>17916810

I'm in upper corporate management at this stage of my career, and I'm coming from a company that is very recognizable.

I left my company due to them really fucking up my department and hoping I'd work insane hours to help clean up their mess, but they didn't realize I didn't have the ambition to break my back for a possible reward down the road.

Make sense?

The big company is their main competitor - again, a name most people would know.
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