Question: “I enjoyed quick successes and promotions at my previous employer, and the company agreed to pay for my MBA degree. Near the end of my schooling, my employer worked out a deal for almost two-thirds of the staff to be acquired by another company. Everyone was transferred into a similar role with the same pay. Since then, there has been a pay and promotion freeze, pay cuts and a few layoffs. I enjoy the work I do and the people I work with. However, I'm questioning if accepting the same (reduced) pay and position for more than two years after receiving my MBA will reflect negatively on me concerning goals and motivation. Is it better to 'hang in there' and hope the promotions and pay increase, or should I be looking for other career opportunities?” — Linda
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