I'm in a Dead End Job. Should I Stick It Out or Call It Quits?

Published Date 9/25/2018
Category: Career & Finances

Are you bored with your dead-end job?

If your job has become mundane and soul-sucking, you may be wondering if it's time to call it quits. Changing jobs can be stressful, and there are many factors to consider before quitting. Here are the signs that indicate you're stuck in a dead-end job and it's time to move on. 

You've Lost Enthusiasm

If the Monday morning blues follow you throughout the week, it's time to re-evaluate things. Our intuition always tells us when something is off-kilter in our lives. Chat with a phone psychic if you want to pinpoint what's causing your doldrums. If your job is killing your spirit, it's time to find one that will reignite your enthusiasm. Remember, you spend eight hours a day at work; make sure you're enjoying it.

No Room for Advancement

If you're keen to advance in your company, discuss this with your boss. Perhaps he or she is unaware of your desire to advance. If they are open to it, then you and your boss can plot your career path within the company. If, however, you've reached the ceiling in your department and there are also no lateral moves you can make, it's time to put your feelers out and look for a better job somewhere else. 

You're Not Learning 

One of the most important aspects of career management is learning. Whether you're learning new skills or coming to grips with new technology, learning is vital to a thriving career. Humans need to learn — it stimulates brain activity. It also makes us happier and stretches our comfort zones. If your company doesn't offer training courses that grow or upgrade your skill set, you'll stagnate. This will set your career back and make you less marketable. 

The Company Is Stagnating

Take a hard look at your company. Is it growing, keeping up to date with latest trends, and showing healthy profits? If the company resists new ideas, sticks to the old way of doing things, and isn't employing new talent, it's time to jump ship. A company that is stagnating will not be able to offer you new challenges, opportunities, or promotions. It may not even be able to give you a pay raise in the future.

You're in a Comfort Zone

Many people do not like change. It's easier to continue with what's familiar than jump into the unknown. This is why many people remain in a job they're unhappy in. It's comfortable and you know what to expect. However, being in a comfort zone will cause you to stagnate and is ultimately unfulfilling. If you've had the nagging thought that it's time to move on, put your fear aside and take the leap. A new challenge may be just what you need. 

Deciding to quit your job is a big decision and can be risky. A cartomancy reading can help direct your next career move. If you've weighed your options and concluded you are in a dead-end job, it's time to seek greener pastures. 


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