With Simply Hired data showing six consecutive months of job growth this year, the outlook is getting brighter for job seekers across the country.
But if you’re still working (and learning from) your first job, is that a good enough reason to make the leap to a new job?
The current job climate has left many of the employed feeling trapped; they’re stuck in positions they dislike. Workers face a variety of issues including being overworked, underpaid and/or struggling with a less-than-great manager.
For those individuals looking to finally resign from their lackluster positions, the New Year well underway, and it’s boasting some good news in terms of job outlook in 2013…
Leaving a job is never easy. Maybe you’re not feeling challenged. Or, your boss is a tyrant and it’s time to go!
You may have envisaged a scene where you go all Jerry Maguire, make a big speech about company morals, grab the fish, and make a glorious exit, right?
Save the dramatics. Leaving a job should not be done without thinking it through. Here’s what to consider before making your great escape.
The idea of leaving your job may be on the tip of your tongue or in the far-out recesses of your brain, but it’s always there.
That’s both the beauty and the beast of at-will employment: you can leave whenever you decide to.
So which type of quit are you considering? Which might you actually act on? Check out these dozen ways to quit your job:
It’s Monday morning and you just woke up.
You’d love to bite on some tasty pancakes, but unfortunately your stomach is in a knot from the stress of thinking about going to work.
And before long, another year has passed and you realize once again, you’re at the same job, with the same position, and the same grumpy manager.
Well, today is the day you fight back. No more excuses for letting life pass you by.
It’s one of the hardest Real World decisions to make… stay in a difficult job situation, or leave for potentially greener pastures. With help from legendary quasi-punk band “The Clash”… here’s some advice on navigating the often confusing emotions around quitting your job.