In many ways, a bad job fit is similar to a bad marriage. Sometimes, it’s entered into as a result of pressure. Often, during the courtship stage, both parties wear a mask that hides their true emotions, and they tend to overlook obvious warning signs. Once the relationship is “official,” one or both parties realize that they’ve made a mistake, but they feel trapped. The longer the relationship continues, the more unhappy both parties are, but the harder it is to consider leaving.
Michael Somers is no marriage counselor, but fortunately, he can help job candidates and companies avoid entering into bad relationships. Somer is the founder and chief quality officer of internrocket, an internship finder that is revolutionizing the way people find their dream jobs and employers find their “rockstar” workers.
Originally published on HR Talent Management, read the full article here: internship finder website.