Growing a little stagnant in your career? Thinking about finally making that career change? It’s time to find your passion and make that your job.
If you find yourself trudging back and forth to the office day after day, this article is for you.
Here are 4 signs that indicate it’s time to make a career change.
Loss of Passion
If your career has no meaning and has completely lost its purpose, you’ve probably lost your passion. If you dread waking up in the morning to show up for a job you just don’t believe in anymore, it may be time to move on.
You Don’t Feel Valued
It’s definitely hard to stay motivated when your talent isn’t valued. How can you stay loyal to a company when no one sees your potential or there isn’t any hope to advance your career? It just might be time for a career change if your talent is taken for granted. Don’t waste your talent or your time.
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You Get a Case of the Sundays
Ever get “the Sunday-night dread”? When it’s Monday Eve and your body starts telling you it’s stressed out or anxious about the day ahead, enough is enough. Here are some of the ways your body may be telling you it’s time for a career change:
- Muscle tension
- Always feeling tired
- Difficulty concentrating
You’re a Career Daydreamer
If you spend most of your time at work drifting off into the “what if” career dreamland, listen to your heart. Does this sound like you?
- You are always searching for jobs listings online
- You dread when people ask what you do for a living wishing you could say something different
- You’re often curious about what other people do
Take a long, hard look at these 4 critical factors. Do they apply to your own career? It may be time for a career change—one that is more meaningful and purposeful than ever before. Best of luck!
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