The truth is that while you are excited about the new job, you really don’t know what lies beyond the first day in terms of where you will go and what you will really be doing. The full scope of your work won’t truly be revealed until you’ve actually gotten some experience at the new company under your belt.
Now that you have agreed to come on board with a new company, transitioning between ending employment at one company
and starting it at another can be tough.
This is when you need to pay close very close attention to every move you make to avoid any missteps that could interfere
with your career management. And more importantly, you never know when the company where you used to work may
return to you as a customer, so don’t ever burn bridges!