I was one of the close-voters, and since some people consider the close-voters to be jerks, I will post an answer here.
My close vote was for the original version of the question, and I still stand by my close vote. While I have empathy for the OP, the question was off-topic as far as this site is concerned since it asked for advice on whether OP should move on.
The question has since been edited to "how should I decide whether to move on?", but that is just shoehorning an on-topic question. It is easy enough to apply the same shoehorning to make any "seeking advice on what to do" question on-topic.
Specifically, perhaps the most common theme of questions closed as off-topic for this reason involve "which job should I take?". Just edit the question to "how should I decide which job to take?", and it becomes on-topic. This sets a bad precedent.
Next up is the argument about the situation being very common in IT. With all due respect, choosing between multiple job offers or deciding whether to take a job or not is more common (and not just in IT). It is only fair that such questions be allowed too.
It doesn't concern me much if the question is reopened, but unless the "amnesty" is extended to all "seeking advice" questions, be prepared for some troublesome discussions in future, of the type, "how come my question was closed, but that question is allowed?" :)