Old 05-21-2018, 11:22 AM
  #16  
Blythe1022
Senior Member
 
Join Date: Feb 2003
Location: Charlotte, NC
Posts: 6,431
Default

If you think you may end up a one trick pony, that is a reason not to make a move. If you know you will be an asset to the new company you shouldn't worry about it. With the volume of work out there right now people are desperate for help. You are probably better than a few others they may have right now. Rather than asking for a contract you should be asking what type of work this company sees itself going after in the next five years. A lot of it is industry dictated and you never know what jobs you will get. If the work they would like to focus on is moving toward your strengths then you are probably going to be fine. If you are being tapped to bail this job out or it's outside of what this company usually does, you may want to hold off.
Blythe1022 is offline