Should You Quit Your New Job?

Published Date 4/12/2013
Category: Career & Finances

Should you quit a new job?

If you just received a new position but you don't feel like you're fitting in seamlessly into your new office culture, you may already be thinking about quitting. However, is it really a good idea to skip out on the opportunity a few weeks after receiving the job?

There are a few key signs that you might need to move on for the sake of your overall career and level of happiness. U.S. News and World Report states that if you frequently have nightmares about work, it may be in your best interest to start looking for a new gig. This means that the stress is going beyond the office and affecting you on a deeper, psychological level.

The Harvard Business Review also reports that if you're constantly underperforming, you might want to move on. This means that you're not seeing results in your career, and you're holding yourself back from reaching your full potential as an employee in this industry.

Finally, consider psychic readings if you're interested in finding out whether now is the right time to quit. A psychic line can put you in touch with an individual who can give you insight into the dilemma.


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brose23: This is a great article. I felt this way after beginning my current position. My first day, I just felt an uneasiness. And, this was not the uneasiness/nervousness associated with a new job. I was just a daunting feeling. I knew I could do the job, but that the culture and personnel were not a good match for me. I consulted Rowen, Narnia, and Mandy. They each agreed that the energy was not gooda and that I needed to move on. I just received a job offer from a much better opportunity last week, which my Psychic Source Advisors had predicted.

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