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Education, Training & Skills
Education, Training & Skills

Signs You Should Change Your Job

Signs You Should Change Your Job

In the above cases labour should be trained in the required skill and work. Depending on the skill this may take years and may be costly.There are times we lose the will to work. There are many reasons for this. You just can’t keep going but no matter what you stick with your job. There are certain signs that you should take into account if you’re quitting your job. Most people don’t quit due to the fear of whether they would find another job or if anyone would hire them. Due to this fear they remain in the place they dread for many years making their lives unhappy. Some jobs may have great pay and many benefits but the unpleasantness of working can be unbearable to you. Before you leave your job there are certain signs you should take into account. Here are the signs you should change your job.

You lose your passion to work

Working will feel like a chore. You’re neither motivated nor enthusiastic to work anymore. This is a sure sign this place isn’t working anymore. Don’t mistake this with being enthusiastic or motivated every day because there’s ups and downs in every job and everyday may not feel the same nor fee like the first few days. The important thing here is that every day shouldn’t feel like task you hate doing or a task you would do anything to get out of. If working does feel horrible you better move, start your own business, switch jobs or join an internship in Korea for foreigners program.

You are being underutilised or you’re not working to your full potential do you feel like the work you’re doing is not related to your major or that you’re just doing a repetitive job that only requires a little of your skills? If yes

you don’t have to leave your job but ask about switching your duties or increase the work relating to your major. Most companies will allow you to work according to your skills but if they don’t, there’s no point in you wasting time there. The longer you wait, the harder it would be to get another job because the experience you’ve gotten is not related to your major. For example if you’re finance major you might have to start summer internship Thailand program to climb up the ladder.

You’re not being appreciated or being paid for the work you’re doing

If you feel like you’re not being appreciated or that you’re not being paid enough, first make sure you find out how other companies pay someone with your major and experience. If it is much more than what you’re getting it’s time you pack up and move. Feeling underappreciated make us feel unimportant. Don’t let yourself to be pushed to a corner when you know your worth and your ability.