Are you constantly thinking that you’re a misfit at your work place? You don’t believe that you are doing your dream job? Constantly stressed about work?
If so, then it might be time that you should move on.
Teri Hockett says:
Some employees know when they’ve reached a point where it’s time for a change, “because they reflect on a regular basis to ensure their job aligns with their long-term goals.” If the two are not aligned, they often make adjustments to keep things on track.
Signs to leave your job:
Here come 5 signs which clearly depicts that this job is not adequate for you. And it’s time for you to pay attention to your career and do the necessary steps.
Something is missing:
When it says that something is missing, it means that you lack passion. The feeling you had at the first day at job is no more there. There is no more excitement while waking up and going to job.
Someone has rightly said:
“If you’re not doing what you love, then you will never tap your real potential”.
Mornings are miserable:
You’re miserable every morning you wake up for work because you are having the fear going for work.
Dis-likeness of people around at work:
You really dislike the people you work with and even you don’t like your boss because you are having no more energy to work out with the problems you are having with them.
Physical Health is affecting:
Above all, if your work-related stress is affecting your physical health. And you find the people , work and everything unhealthy and all this is having negative impact on you both mentally and physically. Then it’s time to ponder.
Taylor says when work starts affecting your health–physical, mental, or both–it’s time to get out.
Decline in work performance:
If you are no more able to work effectively and efficiently and also no longer productive then you should start looking for new job. Despite the fact that you are capable of doing all the work but can’t perform then it’s an alarming situation.