If you find that your current job isn’t offering you what you believe you deserve, it’s time to have a conversation. It’s also time to think about what your career trajectory looks like (see point 3) and what you feel your next step is.
If you’ve had conversations and found yourself stuck in a financial rut with no promise for an increase in the future, it might be time to quit your job and look for a better paying opportunity.
7. You’ve communicated, on some level, your frustrations.
Another important aspect of your job is your job environment – whether it’s safe, secure, hygienic, conducive to productivity, etc.
If you’ve expressed your concerns with coworkers, boss(es), higher ups, etc. and haven’t received a response or the response you’re looking for, or if you feel that you’ve said and done everything you can to stay but still aren’t happy, it’s probably time to part ways.
8. You’ve wanted to quit your job for a while, and have even gone so far as to pursue other options.
If you’ve been searching and pursuing other options, this is a major sign you should quit your job.
You can talk the talk all you want, but once you start walking the walk, and actively pursuing other positions, it’s true that you aren’t happy with where you are.
If you believe you are capable of doing better and deserve overall better opportunities, you may have to quit your job. And that’s okay.
The opportunities, although daunting at first, are endless.
When one door is closed, don’t you know that many more are open. – Bob Marley
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