What "Airbrakes" says is true - and that's why it's so important to do your homework on all the companies that say they will hire you. Read all you can on these companies. Talk to as many of their past and present employees to find out all the good and the bad about the companies, their bosses, their equipment, their "turnover rate", their benefits, their pay rates, their reputation, their safety record and everything else you can find out BEFORE you sign on. ASK questions at the job interview. If you feel like you're being played, you probably are. If you find a job you are happy with and one that treats you right, there won't be any need to go somewhere else. That's where the "homework" pays off.