Be too comfortable + too long

Xavier da Silva

Senior Member
Hello everyone,

Does the phrase "be too comfortable" (to be so satisfied with your achievements that you don't make much effort to improve - my definition) + ''for too long'' sound natural/correct in the example I made below?

After getting my master's degree, I was too comfortable for too long and didn't try to get a better job. Now that the company has closed down, I am having trouble getting a new job.

Thank you in advance!
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