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    fit for this job?

    can I say "right fit" in this sentence?

    This new job is very challenging and I am going to give myself more time to see if I am really a right fit for this job.

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    Re: fit for this job?

    This new job is very challenging and I am going to give myself more time to see if I am really a right fit for this job.

    "a good fit" would be more natural.
    Because you have already mentioned "This new job" in the sentence, you don't need to say it again.
    So: "This new job is very challenging and I am going to give myself more time to see if I am really a good fit for it".

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