When you think about your job, do you instantly become stressed? Do you feel ignored at work? Is your unhappiness at work interfering with your sleep and family life? Then you know well some of the common signs that it’s time to leave your job.
An unhappy job can affect your health, attitude and relationships. The negative energy is contagious and will follow you off the job until you realize it’s time to move on and take action to do just that.
A month into a new year may be the best time to pay attention to signs that your current position may be a poor fit. Take a look and count how many signs you recognize.
If you see all these signs in your life, it’s time to work on an exit plan. But while you are still working, it’s important to stay professional, no matter how angry you get at colleagues and supervisors.
When you do find a new job, depart on a positive note. That should be easy to do. After all, you are so out of there!
Robin Farmer is a freelance journalist with a focus on health, education and business. Visit her at www.RobinFarmerWrites.com