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    Here are 14 signs that your job isn’t a good fit for you anymore, and it’s time to consider how you can either improve the issues or think about leaving. “If multiple of these signs apply to your situation, then it’s likely time to leave as soon as possible,” Sutton Fell says.

    Lets see:

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    You lack passion


    “You’re not waking up most mornings with a feeling of excitement towards your job,” Hockett says. That feeling you had when you first started working there–thinking about all the possibilities and contributions ahead with a sense of glee—is gone.

    (2)

    You’re miserable every morning

    Quite simply, you dread going into work, Sutton Fell says.

    (3)

    Your company is sinking

    There’s no need to go down with this ship, Taylor says. “Put on your life preserver and get in the water.”

    (4)

    You really dislike the people you work with and/or your boss

    You can try to work out the problems you’re having with colleagues or your manager—but know that sometimes they’re not fixable.

    (5)

    You’re consistently stressed, negative, and/or unhappy at work

    If you get anxious or unhappy just thinking about work, that’s a good sign that it’s time to move on.

    (6)

    Your work-related stress is affecting your physical health

    “The work, people, or culture is unhealthy, and it has a negative impact on you physically and mentally,” Hockett says. “The stress is present both inside and outside of work; it’s consuming. Your family and friends are affected by this, too.” Taylor says when work starts affecting your health–physical, mental, or both–it’s time to get out.

    (7)

    You don’t fit in with the corporate culture and/or you don’t believe in the company anymore

    “You feel that there are ethical or moral differences in how the company and you believe the firm should operate; cultural differences; work ethic clashes, and so on,” Taylor says. Whatever the issue, you’re morally misaligned with your employer, and it’s an uncomfortable workplace setting.

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    Your work performance is suffering

    If you’re no longer productive at work, even though you’re capable of performing the task(s), you might want to start looking for new work.

    (9)

    You no longer have good work-life balance

    When you find that you’re spending less time with your family because of work, or you cannot commit the necessary time to your job, you should consider looking elsewhere, Sutton Fell says.

    (10)

    Your skills are not being tapped

    Management doesn’t acknowledge that you have more to offer than what you’ve been contributing for a significant amount of time, you’ve been passed over for promotion, or attempts to take on more challenging assignments have failed, Taylor says. “No one has said anything, however, you are no longer getting the plum assignments, you are no longer asked to attend key meetings, or your proposals are met with silence or denial,” Hockett adds. “These are signs that you should be looking for a new opportunity.”

    (11)

    Your job duties have changed/increased, but the pay hasn’t

    Sometimes there’s a good reason for this—but Sutton Fell says it’s usually a sign you should go. “When downsizing has moved your team into double time, but certainly nowhere near double compensation, it may be time to move on,” Taylor says. That’s especially true if the company is performing well, but it’s not reflected in your salary or other rewards.

    (12)

    Your ideas are not being heard

    If your ideas are no longer heard or valued; you can’t seem to get time with the ‘powers that be’; or you cannot get approvals or acknowledgment for great work, think about finding a new job.

    (13)

    You’re bored and stagnating at your job

    If you’re not growing or learning anything new, it might be time to leave, Sutton Fell says. Hockett and Kahn agree. They say when you’ve outgrown the position and there is no opportunity for advancement–or you seem to work the same job day in, day out without any opportunity for growth, even though you crave more–it’s time to get out.

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    You are experiencing verbal abuse, sexual harassment, or are aware of any type of other illegal behavior

    If you’re the victim of bullying, sexual harassment or other egregious behavior, you should certainly keep an eye out for other positions, regardless of what corrective measures you’re taking.

    Source: Forbes



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