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8 SITUATIONS THAT PROVE IT'S TIME TO CHANGE YOUR JOB

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Every employee may experience dissatisfaction with their job from time to time. But if your feet back up on the way to work in the morning and your work becomes an unpleasant routine, it could be a warning. So, how can you tell whether this is temporary unhappiness or resignation from the inside? Fortunately, there are some clear signs that it's time to change your job. If you see more than one of these eight signs in your current position, you can start looking at job postings.

 

1. If You Have An Endless Monday Syndrome...

The stress caused by the first working day of the week is defined as "Monday Syndrome." Naturally, you want to avoid work because of this anxiety, especially during periods of intense pressure. But if that anxiety is taking over your entire weekend, alarm bells start to ring. This sign can be considered as a reflection of your unhappiness in business life on your private life. You need some answers so that this growing unhappiness does not turn into a dark cloud surrounding you. "How do I feel about my job? Does it satisfy me?" If you can't give positive answers to your questions, it's time to start thinking about changing your job.

 

2. If You Don't Have Respect From Your Colleagues Or Employer...

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Career opportunities that look great on paper can turn into a grind due to a lousy team leader or boss. People in managerial positions are expected to support their career goals by respecting their employees and their leadership. Anything that makes you feel inadequate and worthless makes your work environment unhealthy. If there are signs of unethical behavior, distrust, and mobbing, you can start looking for a new job.

 

3. If You're Losing Your Passion...

We know that every job has a specific monetary value. However, in professional life, spiritual satisfaction is as important as a material return. We need motivation in order not to lose our passion for what we do. Of course, the sources of inspiration may vary according to the definition of the job. If you feel aimless or even bored at work, you may not be using your skills adequately. If your job prevents your full potential from being realized, it may be time to consider other options.

 

4. If You Are Constantly Complaining...

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Complaining is a vital sign of dissatisfaction. Many things we experience in our daily life cause us to complain. But if your complaints about your work and especially your job have become chronic, listen to yourself. Lacking career goals, non-competitive environments can be suffocating with their monotony. Don't waste any more time if your complaints are based on "the work you do."

 

5. If You Need More Work-Life Balance...

Maybe you didn't start a family yet when you started this business and the extended working hours were not an obstacle for you. But now, you may need more balance because of your increased responsibilities and needs. So if balancing your work life and family life is stressing and wearing you out, it may be the right time.

 

6. If Physical and Psychological Symptoms Occur...

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How can you be happy when your mind is always busy with work? Conflicts and nightmares that keep you awake are never a good harbinger. The unhappiness you experience may manifest as different physical and psychological symptoms. Insomnia, irritability and depression are just a few of them. Remember, no job is more valuable than your health.

 

7. If You Think You're "Too Qualified" for the Job...

Making a career in business does not require moving in a straight line. A successful career doesn't necessarily mean staying at one job forever. Yes, you may have thought at first that this job was perfect for you. However, over time, the nature of the job may fall short of your skills. In addition, your position may have shrunk within the company over the years as you developed. If you are in a place with limited promotion and growth opportunities, you must evaluate new possibilities without wasting time.

 

8. If You Caught A Much Better Opportunity...

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Many successful career stories begin with change. If luck knocks on your door, you don't want to miss this opportunity. Other companies operating in your sector can reach you. You may come across a job offer that includes a higher salary, a more professional team, or even a personal opportunity. You may choose to change your job rather than stay in your safe space.

 

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