5 reasons to change jobs

work accompanies us every day, hiding on holidays and weekends at the corners and crannies of offices enterprises.It envelops us illusions relatively bright prospects and significant achievements, often with the help of our own.Jobs oversees dream fills finance and expects future.

However, it is time to dream of great riches and belief in his own originality is often replaced by a gray routine, and sometimes depression.Realizing the reality (which does not portend a dazzling future 95% of the population), we often give up.Reconciled to their current situation, we do not take action for further conversion.Inability to see the chance for positive change - our main mistake.

puzzled searching for a new job is worth in different cases.For example:

1. you are not satisfied with the salary unduly overloaded and / or irregular schedule. ensure themselves a higher level of earnings can improve knowledge in their professional field, or mastering additional skills.If you are behind a great experience, it's

possible that your experience and knowledge need a private company or a competitor present.Busy schedule under the force not to everyone.

afflict the nervous system and deplete the body irregular working hours is not necessary, if it badly affects the health.The current schedule calls you have physical or psychological problems?It's time to think about a new variant of employment.

2. The lack of prospects. Career growth - an important component of any profession.He reflected on the employee's salary, his social status and attitude.Many young professionals working for years exclusively in the future, to the detriment of their own desires and needs - but especially worth seeing, what are the real chances "to make a career."At least the example of those who have been working in the next room.

impossibility career change or progressive work environment has a negative impact both on the professional level and the psychological state.Monotony and futility fraught with constant irritability, frustration, and sometimes risk of depression and emotional stress.The ability to assess their future within the company or outside them - an important quality of successful careerist.

3. Disharmony with the staff and poor working atmosphere.Dissatisfaction team reduces the productivity of labor, if not to a loss of interest in work.Properly organized relationship - a task not only for the bosses.Compatibility issues between individual frames and their individual characteristics due attention we almost paid.The result - a misunderstanding, and sometimes irreconcilable contradictions in the team.

Such conflicts are forcing workers to leave the job, even if they like them.After working in a hostile, alien team becomes more difficult at times.Spending her his strength seems pointless.Therefore, if any social aspects hinder calm employment, if the relationship with colleagues flatly "do not ask" - better to say goodbye to work and interact with a new team, considering the old mistakes.

4. Lack of desire to work. If you want a local "downshifting".Busy activity leads to fatigue and disgust is shaped by this activity and by the post.Change jobs, and try his hand at a bit of a different direction (even with career down) - a bold move people who are not burdened with family obligations.The new position, which means new opportunities and responsibilities, the need to adapt in a team - all this diversity weekdays and open new perspectives.

5. Head tyrant. This happens more often than we thought in his youth.A solid position, a good salary and promising prospects clouded tyranny and / or the inadequacy of the authorities.To refuse a good place, of course, do not want to.However, the inability to emotionally confront the boss, a constant feeling of depression after the working day, not to mention the reluctance to go - think of work are obvious signs of neglect situation.Here it is quit without regard to the "alternate airfields", or begin the disintegration of your personality - believe me, this is not desired and the enemy.

Author: Katerina Sergeenko