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12-05-2011 @ 12:51PM
@Piper. WoW has been around for seven years. As a manager, I would be very leery of hiring someone who had 5+ jobs on the resume since November 2004. Yes, there can be good reasons for that much bouncing around, but it's also possible that they are a prima donna who can't get along with other people or a slacker who does as little as possible until someone finally fires their lazy rear or their guild/store goes out of business.I'll admit I have not had much guild experience myself, particularly in how they can grow and die within a year. The guilds I've either been in or applied to be in were multi-year, well-run and long established guilds, so it may not be fair to judge other guilds by those standards. I will stand by my sentiment that if someone is repeatedly joining a guild, becoming a valuable member of the raiding team, and then leaving because "the guild leader's a moron!" or "they don't listen to me!", the problem is more likely to be the person and not all the guilds on a server ...
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