Hating your job is a great reason to make a career change. But first, you must know if it is truly your career that you dislike, or if it's just your current job that you dislike. If you wake up dreading work every day, this video helps you pinpoint why before you make a decision you can’t take back.
- Are you excited to get up in the morning and go to work?…Does your job excite you?…Or do you dread Mondays?…While I'm sure you've heard many variations…of these questions before, I'm asking you now…because you have to get specific…if you're seriously considering a career change.…Hating your job is not a reason to change careers.…And, before you start questioning my reasoning,…I'll clarify.…There's a huge difference between job dissatisfaction…and career dissatisfaction.…
Many times we confuse the two…and act as if they're one and the same.…And, they're not.…Job dissatisfaction usually arises…when there's an aspect of your job that you dislike,…a boss you hate, a task you don't want to do,…a coworker who irritates you,…or policies and procedures that rub you the wrong way.…Your commute also adds to job dissatisfaction.…You might have a very long commute which you dread.…If your job was closer to home,…you'd probably really like your work,…but this one large aspect clouds how you feel…and makes you begin to dislike everything about your job.…
- Recognize what you can do to become ready to transition into a new career.
- Explain what you could do if you know what job you want but just aren’t sure you meet the qualifications to obtain it.
- Recall what it requires to get on the right path if you are sure you’re in the wrong career.
- Recognize how feedback can help you with your decision to change your career.
- Identify what internal networking at your current job has to do with making a career change and leaving that job.