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Top 20 reasons to quit your job

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When do you know if it's time to move on?

Rated 2 points - posted 10 years ago by Naya Lizardo in category Other.
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You've began to dread going to work Report Abuse
No matter what, when you start dreading going to work in the morning, it's time to quit your job.
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Your boss/coworker is planning to kill you Report Abuse
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Your stress level is so high at work that it is affecting your physical or mental health Report Abuse
Watch for the signs of burnout and if they can't be cured, move on.
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Your relationship with family and friends is being negatively affected. Report Abuse
Remember is about balance. When your work is completely taking you away from the things that matter, it might be time to consider another job.
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Your relationship with your manager is damaged beyond repair. Report Abuse
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You are being ignored and unappreciated. Report Abuse
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You are bored stiff and your opportunities for advancement are limited. Report Abuse
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Not doing what you love Report Abuse
Passion is difficult to fake, you are either doing what you love or you are not
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Your job security is somehow threatened. Report Abuse
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Your commute really sucks. Report Abuse
Wasting many hours a day in traffic is just not worth the pay sometimes.
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Your life situation has changed. Report Abuse
Perhaps you need more flexibility or your priorities have changed due to some life altering events Perhaps you have married or had a baby, and want or need to find better opportunities to support your family.
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You want to work on your own terms Report Abuse
Maybe you are ready to start your own business or work from home.
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Your values are at odds with the corporate culture. Report Abuse
If you’re the odd person out and you stick out like a sore thumb, and you find it difficult to blend in no matter how much you try
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You've burned your bridges with your coworkers Report Abuse
If you’re having issues with anyone at work or if nobody likes you, then you’d be hard pressed to last much longer at your position.
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You’re planning a career change. Report Abuse
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Your reputation has soured at this job. Report Abuse
So why not start fresh elsewhere?
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If you realize that your benefits are insufficient. Report Abuse
You realize that your 1 week of vacation and no 401K is just not good enough anymore
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Tired of hierarchy and office politics Report Abuse
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The company is suffering some hardships and looks like it’ll fold. Report Abuse
When the ship is sinking, you’re allowed to bail.
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Your company is ethically challenged. Report Abuse
If you are convinced that your company is acting unethically you may have a hard time reconciling this with your own values.
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You need to relocate. Report Abuse
If for some reason you need to leave your neighborhood, your job will be just one of the casualties of your move.
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