Knowing how to succeed at your first 90 days at a new job is important because according to the Future Workplace “Multiple Generations @ Work” survey, 91 percent of millennials plan to stay in a job for less than three years. You could potentially hold 20 different positions over the course of your working adult life. So changing jobs and transitioning to new working environments will most likely be in your future. Read on for tips to help you stay on track during the process. | Career…
Reason #1 I started my own company. Hating my job and the people around me. Respected myself enough to walk away and take a huge risk. Best choice of my life. Never been happier or more fulfilled. Loving life everyday. Waking up peaceful and no drama. So long drama, so long!
Most of us have no clue what we want to do with our lives. Even after we finish school. Even after we get a job. Even after we’re making money. Between ages 18 and 25, I changed career aspirations more often than I changed my underwear. And even after I had a business, it wasn’t until I was 28 that I clearly defined what I wanted for my life. http://markmanson.net/life-purpose/
It’s time to quit your job. You’ve rationalized many times over why your job isn’t so bad. It may even sound impressive when you describe it to others. So why do you hate it? There are plenty of reasons why your job may not be right for you that are perfectly valid. But if you—like us—are just a little too analytical for your own good, here are eight ways to know when it’s time to quit your job as soon as possible. | CareerContessa.com