WFH in your 20s is career suicide
Hey y'all. So I can't be the only one with this opinion out there right? I'm in commercial real estate and was at my first job out of college for a year when I got hit with a COVID lay off. The whole time I was wfh. I then took another job that was permanent wfh, thinking the reason the last job didn't work out was bc of the company's culture, not bc wfh is tough on entry level analysts to initially get trained + stay in the loop when deal flow picks up.
At my new permanent wfh job now for 6 months, team of 4 people all over the country and with deal flow having picked up I keep getting left out while they grind away. I've brought it up to my boss that I'd like to take on more tasks and he agrees but still none of the team really includes me. Working like 25 hour weeks over here…
At this point, I'm exhausted and am considering jumping ship. I still want to stay in debt/structured finance in my next gig, the way I am now and also was in my first job too. If I do this, will interviewers shut me down bc I've jumped too much?