8 Signs It’s Time To Quit Your Job

We’ve all been there. That wave of emotion that washes over us when we wake up – “I don’t want to go to work today”. This is normal and probably happens to most people on most days. However, where do we draw the line between just generally not having the get-up-and-go and genuinely dreading the day ahead; wishing you were anywhere else? That’s where today’s post comes in. From personal experience (and from a friendly recommendation to cover this topic), I wanted to compile my personal experience into one place to help you work out if it’s time to leave your current job.

We as humans are constantly changing and growing. Therefore, our surrounding environment needs to adapt with us to create a balanced lifestyle. That could mean more hours, better pay and a healthier working environment. Do you find yourself looking on Indeed “just out of curiosity”? If so, I hope this post helps you make a step in the right direction. Leaving a job should take careful consideration depending on the situation. Make sure you consider all routes before reaching your final decision.

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Job Guide: 10 Employment Tips

Today’s post takes another step in the direction I’m hoping to take my blog in; a miniature Doctor Phil if you will. I’d like to use my small platform to utilise what I’ve experienced/learnt so far as a near 20 year old that didn’t go to university. I’ve always loved helping my friends out and giving advice, so to start this journey off – let’s start with the wonderful world of employment!

This post is focused around career beginners and those that didn’t attend university, but hopefully my tips are applicable to most!

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10 Tips on How to Find a Job

I’m in my early 20s but have already had my fair share of jobs; a mixture of retail and office-based work. These might be employment fields that you’ve had personal experience with, or never want to enter at all in your life. That is more than fine. This post is to provide you with some helpful hints and tips to help you find a job.

This post is aimed at career beginners and those that didn’t attend university, but most are applicable to all!

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