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If you’re wondering if it’s time for you to move on from your current job, then you’ll want to hear the 5 ways to figure out if you should be looking for something new right away. We’re discussing first jobs, company loyalties, advocating for yourself, and when to know it’s time to move on. If you’ve got the itch to leave your job, then discover how to move towards something, instead of just moving on. 

It’s time to advocate for yourself!

 

What we’re talking about

  • When Do You Find A New Job
  • Giving It 6 Months
  • 5 Ways To Know It’s Time To Find A New Job

Discovering Where Loyalties Lie

When you decide you want to find a new job, often times there can be guilt associated with it. An important lesson my dad taught me was that the loyalties of a company are only as deep as what makes financial sense to them. You have to look out for yourself and if that means quitting your current job to find another one, then that’s what you need to do.

 

Knowing When Not To Be A Job Hopper

If you are wanting to quit your job, but have only been at it for less than 3 months, then my advice is to stick it out a little longer. Giving your current job at least 6 months will allow you to make an informed decision, but if it’s your very first job, stay for at least 2 years so that you can maximize the experience you get. 

 

The Reasons You Should Move On

The top 5 reasons you should move on from your current job are: 1) if you’ve been in your job for over 6 months and want to call in sick every day; 2) if you don’t trust leadership; 3) if your job is making you physically ill; 4) if you are feeling really bored; and 5) if your gut is telling you to leave. 

Are you ready to move towards something?

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TAKEAWAYS

Go where the peace is.

I wasn’t really miserable, but I was itching to get out.

A company will only be as loyal to you as what makes financial sense to them.

The only person who will advocate for you in your career is you.

Move towards something, don’t just move on.

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5 Ways to Know It’s Time For A New Job Pronto

September 25, 2019

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recruit the employer

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I'm here to make sure you become irresistible to recruiters and hiring managers. In an extremely competitive marketplace, I can show you how to take back control of the job search, become a stand-out candidate and ultimately land you your dream career. Oh, and I promise to make the process fun. Yes, fun.

I'm Jena