Is it time to quit your job?11 June 2020
Is it time to quit your job?
It’s normal to be less excited about going to work occasionally, due to tiredness or otherwise. On the other hand, if it happens to you almost every day, you need to ask yourself for the reasons behind your disinterest and if you are thriving professionally? Have you achieved your professional goals? What are the warning signs that it’s time to quit your job?
You don’t feel like going to work anymore
Come to think of it, do you really want to go to work every day? When you’re there, is the only thing you want to do look at your Facebook or Instagram accounts on your cell phone and comment on posts from friends or celebrities? If emergency patients coming in on Monday morning or Saturday no longer excite you, you are clearly ready for a change!
It’s a piece of cake
If you think you know everything about your job and if you are no longer given new tasks and if you secretly envy your friends when they tell you about their projects, it’s a sign that the routine is a little too easy and that you yearn for new challenges.
Injustice makes you curse
You have already communicated your desire many times to assist veterinarians during surgeries, but it’s the new employee who is given the task and you are asked to make phone calls. It’s difficult to stay motivated in times like these!
Being at work feels like you’re in a soap opera
Every day, a new drama unfolds at your workplace, you almost feel like you’re in an episode of District 31! Whether its employees bickering or forming clans within teams, it certainly causes you a lot of unnecessary stress on a daily basis.
Physically or mentally, you feel drained
If you feel drained even before you get to work, you first need to determine the source: is the problem in your personal or professional life? This will help you decide what needs to be done.
You think about work all the time
Do you always feel overwhelmed, have too many responsibilities, all the time? do you even dream of it at night? This is another sign that it’s time for you to reassess your career plan and maybe even change your job.