Things are not going well with your job. You are frustrated and getting no enjoyment or satisfaction from it. Is it time to look for something else? Here are some signs that it may be time to move on.
There’s a negative work environment.
The people you work with are just not very nice. They always seem to be in a bad mood. They have no sense of cooperation, and they are not very organized. On top of that, they are not very good at their jobs, and that makes it harder for you too.
If this approximates your work environment, you should strongly consider looking elsewhere, especially if you see little chance of the situation improving shortly.
You have a poor supervisor.
Unfortunately, there are many ways that a relationship with a supervisor can go wrong. It could just be that he or she is not very good at the job. They are indecisive, unorganized, and lack the requisite knowledge.
Or maybe your manager doesn’t have social skills. Do they order people around and dismiss input from everyone? Or do they have an arrogant, know-it-all attitude, and make no allowances for the difficulties that employees face?
It could just be a difference of opinion – you don’t agree with the way the supervisor runs the department or the values and goals he or she promotes.
If any of these sound like your situation, again, it is time to seriously consider moving on.
Your job has become boring.
Do you dread going to work in the morning? During the day, you look at the clock way too often. The job has become routine and uninteresting. It feels like the same thing day after day, just a grind. You find it harder and harder to focus on the work. If this is the case, it’s time for a change.
It is a dead-end.
There is no room for career growth or advancement if that is what you are looking for. You have mastered the skills you need for the job and are ready for new challenges, which the current position just cannot offer
Your health is suffering.
You are having difficulty sleeping. You seem to become ill more often. You have other aches and pains and ailments. There could be more than one reason for these symptoms, but you need to consider if your job is a cause and why, and if you cannot fix it, for the sake of your health, you need to get away from the job.
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