Left B4 for mid-tier, did I screw up?

Hi Everyone,

I recently left a B4 firm as an assurance senior for a mid-tier firm at the same position. While going through the interview process I was told that I would be working on larger clients and would not be working on Healthcare/NFP. I am in my 3rd week here and have finally gotten some clients on my schedule. After a little due diligence, I noticed that one is a healthcare client and the other 2 are small businesses. 

At this point, I'm not sure if I should ride it out or jump ship. I left my old firm on good terms and could easily go back. I feel like I was lied to.

 

What do you guys think? How bad would it look if I left here after 3-4 weeks? Has anyone had a similar experience making this type of switch?

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