The idea for this article came from one of the topics in the jobhunters forums, basically the forum talks about when the time is right to move on from the job you are currently at. You can check out the original forum posts here.
Some of the answers to when is it time to move on were quite intense. Check out this comment..
You read the classified job section in the smoko room at work and rip ads out in front of your superiors.
This is an emotional comment, when jobs go wrong it pains us at the very core of our souls. This can be one of the most major stress factors in a persons life. Another posters comment..
I think that when you truly dread Sundays because it is only 1 day from Monday
Why do we put ourselves through this grief? Is it so hard to say enough and resign? We are only on this planet for a very short amount of time, don’t waste it doing something that is not enjoyable. If you have enough motivation you should be able to retrain yourself to do any job that you want.
Don’t put obstacles in your way, set the goals that you want and make it happen.
After saying that, a weeks holiday is coming to an end for me, and I am struggling to find the motivation to go back to work. But that is normal right? Or is it? How many people can actually say that they love their jobs?
Are we as humans simply victims of our own intelligence? Does it not seem a little strange that a highly developed species as ourselves spends most of our time doing something that we dislike?
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