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From Ivy League to dead-end job

Aug 20, 2007

After three months working for a big company, a new grad is being given only the most routine assignments and wonders whether to start looking for a new position.  But three months is barely enough time to glean even the haziest idea of how things work at a new company, writes Fortune's Anne Fisher in her August 21 column. Is it best to stick it out in a dull job? Are new grads too quick to quit?

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