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Should I Look For A New Job?

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I work for a kitchen company who exclusively sell & fit kitchens for the contract market. Mid to high end price range.

If house prices / housing in general is heading for a crash do you think I should be looking to move into a job less dependant on new property builds?

Any advice would be greatfully received.

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I work for a kitchen company who exclusively sell & fit kitchens for the contract market. Mid to high end price range.

If house prices / housing in general is heading for a crash do you think I should be looking to move into a job less dependant on new property builds?

Any advice would be greatfully received.

:unsure:

You'd really take advice from an open forum on whether to change your job or not? :blink:

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I work for a kitchen company who exclusively sell & fit kitchens for the contract market. Mid to high end price range.

If house prices / housing in general is heading for a crash do you think I should be looking to move into a job less dependant on new property builds?

Any advice would be greatfully received.

:unsure:

I would take advice on how a crash would affect an industry whos sole clients are builders!

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Surely, there’s always work for kitchen and bathroom fitters nowadays. As soon as people move into our flats, they want to smash the place about, replacing a new kitchen with a new kitchen. You have to wear a hard hat around here. I can’t see them changing their habits, not for something so unimportant as the money.

He's got the ticker working alright, but ***** something else up. Should he be looking for a job

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