When to leave a JOB? Is "when you are not getting challenged" the right time?
When someone is not feeling to be challenged or not feeling to learn something new should has to leave the job? What other factors one has to observe before switching Job.
Before you decide to leave your present job you may want to consider several factors... What other jobs are available? Is there future advancement potential? How well do you like the people you currently work with? How far do you have to travel to get to work? What are your goals? How long did it take you to achieve your current position? Can you increase your responsibilities to give your more challenge? Does your current job meet your financial needs?
Jerry Seinfeld decided to cancel his own hit TV show while it was still successful and before the quality of the writing could begin to slip. This way there would be no memory of him just getting by.
You leave while you still love your job. You leave before it gets tedious and you hate going to work.
Staying at a job that is unfulfilling can be one of the worst feelings you can have. It is important to be somewhat strategic when persuing another job, but when your spirit is overwhelmed it is time to go. Write down things that you are truly interested in doing and what you believe that you are good at. After assessing your true talents and passions, focus on careers that will be most satisfying to you. We only have one life to live; make the most of it!
by cjcarter5 years ago
At what point is it ok to quit your job?
by jaydawg80817 months ago
Would you leave a great paying job because your boss sucks?Benefits are great, job pays great, but your boss sucks. Will not listen to your ideas, and will definitely not promote you. Is blind to see your true...
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