Top Valid Reasons for a Job Change

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  1. harjos

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    Changing to a new job does not literally mean you’re a looser. And you just can’t do your job properly that’s why you can’t keep up. The truth is changing your job can possibly give you more than what one can expect. It can even give you the ability to do things that you have always wanted to do from the start.
    People tend to get confused with regards to the positive and negative effects of changing jobs. Sure, there are things you should consider before quitting your job. What will be the reasons on how and why you should change your job?
     
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    There are so many reasons to change the job like:
    1.Distance locality
    2.Stretching
    3.Odd Behavior of boss
    4.Unhealthy environment
    5.Less increment
     
  3. firstchoicecar

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    Yes I agree But nowadays It is not easy to find or to seek jobs that really fits to you.Yes It is easy to quit on your job but it is not easy to find new one.
     
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    If you consistently wake up dreading to go to work, then you should change jobs. I think it's important to have a job we can see ourselves doing in the long run.
     
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    When pull and push factor happen in the same time, high possibility for an employee change job. Push factor is refer to employee not happy with boss, salary or working environment, pull factor refer to great incentive and career path from new company.
     
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    In past years, probably more people changed jobs either because there wasn't a good fit or they found another position that pays more. Now with bad economies, I'm betting that more and more people are trying to stay put even if their job sucks, just to keep a paycheck coming in. It's understandable yet as we all can appreciate, staying at a job that one hates is so draining on the soul.
     
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    Thanks for the informative post. It's not easy to change a job. You need to find a job that you love in the first place.
     
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    Distance,night shift,unhealthy environment,less growth,less interaction.
     
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    Less chances of promotion,Less increment,Better opportunity etc.
     
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    Most people should probably re-evaluate their job every few years at least. Sometimes we get stuck in a place where we are used to the steady income and the benefits of our position so we stay in the same place. In those instances it is entirely possible to become very dissatisfied with your current job, no matter how much you loved it in the beginning, because it is not longer challenging or it's going in a different direction then you ultimately want to be. I encourage people to examine their job and compare it to their personal and professional goals.

    Sometimes changing jobs is a way to jump start yourself in a new direction. You can also take getting laid off as the same kind of experience. While being laid off can be emotionally difficult, many times people who are laid off weren't happy at their company. They weren't happy or they were bored and so their performance suffered and they were let go. You can take getting laid off as an opportunity to seek out something better and some place where your specific talents will be more appreciated.
     
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    The stats are that 85% of people are either looking for a change or considering a change of job

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    If you think you are ready to do whatever it takes to quit your job and do something that you are truly passionate about, then do it. You will succeed if you put your heart and soul into it.
     
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    agree Kacie - what is it that you do that meets this passion?
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    I am contented with my current job and what makes me stay is the passion to grow in this career - not just the money that I earn.
     
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    # If you stopped learning and growing
    # toxic environment (boss, team, company culture...)
    # lack of passion
    # if your team plays not to lose instead of playing to win
    # if your dream big :)
     
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    1. If you can't stand you're current job, and it makes you unhappy.
    2. If you have a passion or talent for some other job, which would make you happy.
    3. If you knew you could get a job that would compensate you more.
    4. If another job had more room to grow within the company.
    5. If you're family is moving to another location.
    6. Unhealthy work environment at you're current job.
     
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    Top reasons why I would like to change my job:

    1. Burned out -- if I was in a job that I really didn't want to be in, in the first place, I would soon feel burned out and would want to "escape" that.
    2. Finding a greener pasture -- which means I found a job with better pay.
    3. Finding a job that really interests me -- even if the pay is not good or virtually non-existent, I would still go for this. For me, passion overcomes money issues for the most part.
    4.
     
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    Factors to consider in changing your job.

    1.) Passion
    2.) Relationship with your boss
    3.) Relationship with your co-workers
    4.) Working environment
    5.) Salary
     
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    Change your job if:

    1. You have a better option.
    2. You are unhappy.
    3. You feel abused
    4. The job brings out the worst in you.
    5. You are not properly compensated.
    6. You have a horrible boss.
    7. You do not like it.
     
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    There are so many Valid reasons to job change.. 1) If you have so much knowledge but you don't get that much salary.2) Job timing 3) How much far from your resident 4) Might be you get better opportunity 5) Most are people when involved with politics than every people wants to change job immediately...6) Didn't notice him/her by boss. 7) Didn't get appreciates from his/her friends.8) And some personal reason like change the state..9)If your big dream........
     

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