Under what circumstances should you consider leaving your job?

According to statistics, each person changes his / her job position 12 times during his / her career. This statistic indicates job promotion, changing internal organizational plans, and leaving a company to join another workplace. On the other hand, although the above statistics confirm that the period of joining an organization and working in it […]

According to statistics, each person changes his / her job position 12 times during his / her career. This statistic indicates job promotion, changing internal organizational plans, and leaving a company to join another workplace. On the other hand, although the above statistics confirm that the period of joining an organization and working in it until retirement is over; But many people are still worried about the consequences of their resignation. The fact is that if you decide to leave a company for good reasons (for example, a better position in another organization), the first company will probably try to keep you. But employees usually do not resign to improve their professional position. If you have worked for a company for a long period (more than two years) and then leave your job for any reason, most likely one of the questions of your future job interviews will be due to your resignation; However, this will not prevent you from being hired. If you do not have a stable resume, you may prefer to retain your professional position for at least one year. However, even people with a stable resume sometimes stay in a bad job for a long time, sometimes because they are reluctant to move and change, and sometimes just because they are lazy. If you are also thinking of changing jobs, the following situations indicate your right decision; Of course, if you have other opportunities: You have no growth opportunity in this company Sometimes you love your job, your co-workers and even your bosses, but you still have to leave your current career. One of these situations is when you work for a small company where you have no opportunity to grow. This often happens when the company itself has stagnated and can no longer grow or change. The boss or the owner of the company prefers to keep their business at the same level and many employees do not have a problem with these conditions. But if the company’s stagnation means that you are no longer learning a new skill and have no hope of growing, leaving the company is the right move. Moving to a job is not easy when you have a positive work environment. But if you are hopeful and willing to improve your knowledge and expertise, continuing to work for this company is the wrong decision. Your working hours have increased; But your salary has remained the same Sometimes you find yourself in a situation where you are expected to do more work without raising wages. There may be an open job position in your company for which you have not yet hired a new employee; Or one of your co-workers is absent for some reason and you are asked to do his / her duties. If this condition persists for days or even weeks, this is not a problem. But if the months have passed and you work long hours (beyond your duties) and the boss does not accept any salary increase offer, it may be time to leave your current company. You work with a bad boss Sometimes the problem with your job is the bosses. He may be unjust, lazy, or incompetent. Such conditions make it very difficult for the current company to continue working. If you are in such a situation and you can not improve the situation with the help of the human resources department, leaving the company may be the best solution before you. You can not follow your dreams You may have chosen your current job years ago under certain circumstances. Maybe at the time, this job met your needs; But now you realize that in this job situation, you can not pursue your main goals. Even if your job is stable and secure or many people see it as a dream opportunity, you should not sacrifice your passion and future plans for it. Trust yourself Do not quit your job simply because you do not have a good day or week. But if you are not really happy and you are sure that the current situation will not improve, you should know that resigning does not mean failure and nothing to be ashamed of. If you have a good reason to leave your current job, this decision can lead to a better and happier tomorrow. Full text at: http://inpia.ir/shownews/9390