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  • Writer's pictureAthina Iliadis

Are you in or out?

Nowadays, people are thinking about what matters most to them in life and work.

With workers having more say in the job market, some are deciding to quit jobs they don't like, even after just a short time.

Gone are the days when people stick it out in unhappy jobs for years – now, they're more likely to leave sooner.

So how do you know if it’s time to go? 👇🏻

The role was oversold - if it’s too good to be true, it probably is.

The leadership is micromanaging - you were hired to do a job and they should let you do it.

The culture is toxic - pay attention to how people interact and speak to each other.

Red flags can be obvious or subtle. Sometimes they are as clear as a project falling through or a dysfunctional team, but other times they may be a nuanced mismatch between your values and the way the company does business.

Keep in mind that every day you stay in a job that isn’t the right fit for you, you are missing out on potential growth elsewhere.

Sometimes walking away can be the most empowering act of self-respect.

I’m not saying you should cut & run right away. I’m saying you should take a breath, assess what you’re experiencing and if it’s truly not a good fit for you, don’t be afraid to leave.

I’m a big believer in trusting your spidey-sense.

Go with your gut - 9 out of 10 times you’ll be glad you did.😉

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