Re: Re: CompaniesTo Avoid
My own experience was as you suggest – started in a small firm & got paid a pittance for circa 3 years BUT I got to work on all aspects of practically every job in the office – you can’t buy experience like that.
You get the chance to see every aspect of the profession from the start ( ie fecked in at the deep end) rather than spending three years in a large practice drawing up planning applications, window schedules etc ad nauseum.
Do yourself a favour – keep the purse-strings tight for another couple of years (you’re bound to be well use to it by now!) and get some exposure to the brutal reality of the business – IMHO you’ll be a far more competant professional at the end of it.
PS: If you want a 9-5 job & want to be successful (read rich), I’d suggest you look for another career 😀