Tired of dead-end jobs, toxic offices and want to find new constructive opportunities, yet are you really ready for changing? You are currently thinking about leaving, but aren’t entirely sure if it’s the right decision. After all, changing jobs can be risky. So, how do you know when it’s actually time to go? Below are these indications maybe it's time for you to prepare for another new career step.
1. Monday is always a nightmare
It's understandable when you dislike Monday, everybody does. However, if every new weeks bring you nothing but the dread and exhausting feeling, you enter the office each Monday morning with a drained attitude, it's not a common thing anymore.
In this situation, try spending time to rethink and ask yourself "Is the value this job bring big enough for you to stay?" No matter what the answer is, it is still certainly a sign of necessary changes. Change your attitude or your job, the option is up to you.
2. No challenges or joyfulness
There are just a few careers in which employees feel exhilarating and exciting all of the time. Most of other job tasks are a roller-coaster ride of interesting highs and boring lows. However it's not a good sign when your job is full of boring and repetitive tasks instead of challenges and inspiration. Remember you're still young enough for constructive and competitive enviroment. Your work should be challenging and engaging, not mundane and dull.
3. Missions are effortless for you
This issue often happens when you choose a position under your ability. For some people, it might not be something to be upset when job assignments are easy to conquer. Nevertheless, if you're still young, it might be time for you to find some other vacancies which help you learn new skills and develope more.
4. Lack of recognition
Among all, lack of recognition is the most significant reason for you to consider changing jobs. A healthy working enviroment will provide encouragement and acknowledgement equivalent to for your exertion. If you can not feel those, apologetically we have to say you are having a dead-end job, and the changing is necessary. For even if you choose to stay, sooner or later you will loose your eager to contribute.
5. Your role has grown but your paycheck hasn't
Is your ‘to-do’ list getting longer and longer? If your workload has grown and grown, that’s not necessarily a bad thing. However, your paycheck should absolutely reflect that. Unless, time to consider again and look for some other vacancy with salary appropriate with your ability. It's a understandable rule when you need to be paid equivalent to your capacity.
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