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4 Reasons to Quit Your Job

Nowadays it’s not exactly easy finding a job. With the way things are going in the economy, a lot of people are taking anything they can get. Now, I realize that having a job is important and you need to pay your bills, but there’s no reason you should sell yourself short. If you’re unhappy with your current standing at your job, it’s best to start looking for another while you’re still working. I’m going to go over some of the common reasons why people should look for a different job. If any of these scenarios seem familiar, you should gear up for job hunting and put in your two weeks.

1. Low pay

This is the reason we all get up and go to work in the morning; pay! I feel that you should get paid what you’re worth. So, if you’re slaving away for 8-10 hours a day and putting in that extra effort, your paycheck should reflect that. If not, well, it’s time to start looking for another workplace.  It’s possible that you could find a job with similar work that pays more.

2. The company is going under

This is all too familiar for a lot of people nowadays. They start a job in what looks to be a good company, put in a lot of hard work and then come to find out that the company is sinking quicker than the Titanic. This is a very bad situation to be in. It’s best to get out of this company before they actually go under as it gives you a step ahead of the many more that will be out of work.

3. Your job affects your home life

This can be caused by a lot of things. Maybe your job requires you to drive an hour and a half to work, makes you stay late or come in early on short notice or perhaps they even make you work split shifts. All of these things can take their toll on you and it’s not healthy at all. If this sounds familiar, get as far away from this company as possible!

4. You hate your job

Okay, I know a lot of people say that they hate their jobs, but how many actually mean it? If you find yourself feeling miserable just thinking about going into work on Monday, it might be best to find a new place to work. Dreading your job can give you a lot of health issues and it is best to just move on and find something that you enjoy more.

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