(With Tips for What To Do Next)

Is it time for you to find a new job? If you’re asking yourself this question, the answer is probably yes.

To help you figure out if it is time for you to find a new job or stay  where you are (at least for now), here are 10 warning signs to look for,  as well as advice for what to do next.

Stress & Your Mental Health

Unfortunately, work-related stress is very common. Some jobs are just not worth sacrificing your mental health over! If you find yourself in a toxic workplace, it’s time to look for work elsewhere.

Job Related Physical Illness

In addition to the negative mental health effects a job can cause, sometimes they can also cause physical pain. You may need to look for a different job to avoid long-term health problems.

Are you spending as much time going to and from work as you spend at work? Do not undervalue your time. You may want to start searching job sites for something closer to home or for remote jobs that have no commute at all

Lengthy Commute

No Promotion or Pay Increase

Are you in a dead-end job with no chance of a promotion or pay increase? If this is the case, it’s time to evaluate yourself and your career.

Before You Quit

Check Your Finances Start Job Searching Remember Why You Want to Quit Update Your Resume Prepare for a Change