Wouldn’t it be nice to get paid without having to actually do anything at all? Unfortunately that is not how it goes — you work, you get paid. However, some jobs are stressful and if your job has been getting you down and making you miserable for reasons beyond having to get up early — then it might be time to find a new one. We have listed below 7 ways to know when it is time to quit your 9-5 for something new.
When you’re not happy to do the work daily
Climbing up the success ladder is a stressful thing in itself but that doesn’t mean the work you do should drain you or make you feel bored and tired. It’s important that one feels happy when doing work this will make you more productive and help you become more successful and satisfied.
When you have a better job in place
Great opportunity calls for those who are willing to seek them out and take them up. If someone is offering you a position you feel will help you more then your current position it’s better to take the job. Loyalty to your work is a better idea than loyalty to whom you do your work for.
A healthy work environment is extremely important in making sure you feel appreciated for the efforts you give day in and day out. Toxic team mates can really ruin your work and make you under perform. There would be no purpose in somewhere you know is lowering your ability to succeed.
Your skills aren’t being tested
Most people will agree when they feel as if their skills are being tested and pushed for better results that give a better effort. Giving your work 100% because you know it’s worth it will help you grow more in your work environment.
You may be good at it but know it isn’t a fit for you
Being good a job is great but it’s just as important to love it. There is a lot of talented people that refuse to do something as their work just because they’re good at it. It’s better that your work makes you feel it’s a good fit and doesn’t feel like it’s dragging you down.
You believe your destined for bigger accomplishments
We all want to accomplish great things and prove to ourselves we can reach the highest level of success. unfortunately some places do not offer this kind of opportunity. Climbing the success latter can be a seriously slippery slope of events but it’s more motivating to know you must reach a level to accomplish your goals oppose to that opportunity not being there at all regardless of how much better you’ve become at something.
You Feel Burnt Out Most Of The Time
When you give your job 100% a lot of the time you can feel tired and need a break. Feeling burnt out from a job while doing the job is a serious sign of it not being a good fit for you. Feeling loose and happy are good signs of having a great job that fits you.