What to do if your job is making you depressed?
What if your nightmares are made of incidents related to your job and you know that you are positively getting depressed and always under the shadow. Should that person quit his/her job even without securing another job? What is more important: career or emotion
If it is affecting you emotionally and there is no quick way to fix the issue, sure I think you should quit. Your health is more important than the job. A job is something that you have to live with every day for hours and hours, so it shouldn't be something that makes you feel miserable. Plus, you can always find a new job.
However, if there are quick ways that the issue can be fixed, either by talking to management or co-workers, or doing things differently at the job, then that should be your first option.
You should take up a fulfilling hobby or activity outside of work, to fill your life with joy when you're outside of work. Apply for other jobs or start a course to complete so that you can work towards a new career.
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