When it comes to your job you may love it for a number of years. You may find yourself waking up every day excited to go and excelling at whatever it is that you do. For some of us this can last for years and years, For others, they may never feel satisfaction for their jobs from the beginning.
Whether you have always felt dissatisfaction for your job or whether it is suddenly starting to creep in unexpectedly and you can’t figure out what is missing from your life, here are some of the telltale signs that you might be ready to make a career change.
Work Is Taking you Longer To Finish
When we don’t enjoy something very much it can become a long and tedious task to be able to finish it. Since every human being is an individual and unique vessel, the same thing that may be invigorating and exciting for one person may be completely dull to another.
If you once found yourself riveted by practicing legal services, flying through your work without a care in the world but now find it something that takes ages to finish, you may have simply lost the spark that you had once.
Passion for what you do is no different than the passion for a relationship. Just because you loved something once doesn’t mean it will last forever. People change, circumstances change, and you shouldn’t feel guilty about it.
You Don’t Feel Satisfied At The End Of The Day
Often people who walk away from their jobs feeling like they accomplished something and made a difference in the world have a great sense of satisfaction when they walk into their door arriving home every day.
People who arrive home and aren’t really sure how proud they are of what they accomplished have a lower sense of self-worth and question their existence. If you are starting to wonder whether what you do is satisfying, it is certainly time to start examining whether it is time to make a change.
You Are Taking Your Work Home With You
If you are leaving your work but your work never leaves you, this is a sign of an unhealthy relationship with your job and that you should start defining clear boundaries between your professional personal life.
At the end of the day, you should be able to walk through your door and return to your life without feeling like you are still in the office.
The Money Doesn’t Seem Worth The Work
If you look at your paycheck each time and feel like the amount of effort and work you are putting in isn’t worth the amount of the paycheck, then you aren’t giving yourself enough value or credit. Make the decision to change your career and don’t settle for a paycheck any less than what you feel is fair.
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