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8 Warning Signs To Change Job

Imagine ... you don't find any joy doing your job anymore. You start thinking about the cause of your unhappiness and dissatisfaction. This is surely a dilemma that many people are facing at some point in their career. Getting the timing right is not always easy. 

Often people stay in their jobs just because they feel comfortable with it and don’t want to have the hassle of job hunting, even if they are highly frustrated for various reasons. 

Let's dig deeper into the 8 warning signs that tell you that it's time to change job. 

# 1 — You didn’t get the expected promotion.

You are working very hard, often overtime and when it comes to get promoted for more challenging tasks, it’s others who get the opportunity offered to them. Even if they are less qualified and were not as long in the company as you. You are wondering why your boss doesn’t notice your efforts.

# 2 — Your responsibilities have changed.

If suddenly you will be given tasks that are far below your level of responsibility and your usual highly responsible tasks have been passed on to someone else instead, it shows that your boss doesn’t take you seriously anymore.

# 3 — You are being excluded from social gatherings.

If the team meets regularly in a nearby café after the official office hours and deliberately does not invite you to participate, there is a reason to be concerned. Could your personality be the reason for it?

# 4 — Taking your work home.

Do you take your work home because you were not able to manage all the workload as you planned? People will not think you work hard, but instead that you are not able to manage your work efficiently. This will also lead to more stress in the long term and will have an impact on your health.

# 5 — You start hating your main tasks.

If you can’t stand it anymore to deal with people’s complaints, even though that is the main duty of your job, it’s really a sign to change job and to quit. Feeling irritated is not good, neither for you neither for the company. Furthermore, it will also lead to an increased bad reputation for the company.

# 6 — Your boss doesn’t value your input.

Do you feel that your boss: doesn’t acknowledge your work, that you don’t get proper feedback about your performance and that everything is taken for granted? Nobody would be happy to work for someone like that. Another sign to change job!

# 7 — You don’t go the extra mile anymore.

You feel that your tasks are routine and you are not prepared to go the extra mile anymore. You just get things done with no extra effort in order to really excel.

# 8 — You force yourself to go to work.

The biggest sign to change job is when every day you get up in the morning and you feel sick of having to go to work. If you feel no satisfaction anymore and when you can’t wait to get back home after work.

Take these signs to change job seriously! Remember, you live only once. Choose always a job that gives you satisfaction, that means something to you and that ultimately makes you happy!

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