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  • Hey Ambitious Professionals! It's Linda Raynier of lindaraynier.com guiding you

  • to a career and life you'll truly enjoy. And today I'm going to talk to you about

  • five key signs that it might be time for you to leave your current job or company

  • and to know whether you're ready to move on to something else

  • as a career strategist I've had the honour of being able to help numerous

  • professionals land their dream job offers and so if this is something that

  • you're interested in working with me one on one I can give you details about that

  • at the end of this video so you've been at your current job for the last little

  • while and lately you've been getting an internal nudge within you that perhaps

  • it's time for you to start looking outside of your organization and that

  • maybe you want to leave your current job and maybe you're right maybe it's time

  • for you to leave but just so that you are absolutely sure that it's time for

  • you to leave here are five key signs that you should look out for sign number

  • one that you're ready to leave you're not learning anything new this is by far

  • one of the biggest indicators that it's potentially time for you to leave but

  • yet some people are very comfortable in being in a role where they know exactly

  • what they're doing and they're not learning anything new but if you're

  • watching this video as an ambitious professional I'm pretty sure that you

  • are likely not one of those people instead not being able to learn

  • something new is likely only causing boredom and frustration for you every

  • day at work if you really want to advance your career then learning new

  • things gaining new experiences working on complex projects aren't only going to

  • be able to help you to progress your career but it's going to help to keep it

  • interesting for you so if you haven't learned anything new lately in your job

  • and you've made efforts to try to gain new experiences work on different

  • projects and still you're not being offered those opportunities then that is

  • likely a sign that perhaps you're ready to leave sign number two you regularly

  • feel drained do you get this slightly unhappy uneasy feeling each morning when

  • you know you have to get up to go to work and when you're not at work and

  • you're at home or elsewhere do you get anxiety when you think about having to

  • go to work the next day or do you feel good about your job and you know that

  • you're there to make a difference and you sense purpose in what you do if

  • you're regularly feeling drained from your job then that is bound to have a

  • negative impact on the rest of your life personally at home and even when I talk

  • about myself I've said this before and I'll say it again I am the take

  • person that if I'm not happy with the work that I do then I'm not happy period

  • and this could be how you feel as well work is a place where you spend the

  • majority of your weekdays so if you're not happy when you're there for those

  • eight hours or ten hours however long you're spending then you really got to

  • reevaluate if it's the right place for you and it's not that we identify

  • ourselves with our work to the point where it takes over everything but work

  • does take out a good chunk of our time in our lives and so we want to be happy

  • in it so really take care of yourself and be honest if you're finding that

  • you're feeling drained depressed and frustrated then it's a good sign that

  • it's time to go sign number three you've been in this job for a good amount of

  • time now the length of time that's considered good is subjective and it

  • depends on the industry the role and the company that you're in but I'd say if

  • you have been at your company for several years now and you're feeling

  • signs one and two then this is also an indicator that it might be a good time

  • for you to leave and find something better

  • now if you've only been at your job for several months and you're already

  • wanting to leave then I would say that you would want to assess yourself with

  • caution and ask yourself why it is that you're wanting to leave so quickly now

  • if you've found that this has been a pattern for you where you're leaving

  • every few months for another position or that you just didn't enjoy the job then

  • that is an issue because that is going to hinder your opportunities moving

  • forward of being able to find a full-time position where they'll feel

  • that you'll actually stay but if this is a one-off situation where you've been

  • working at other companies in other positions for several years at a time

  • and now you've landed into a new position that you're really recognizing

  • is not the right one for you then perhaps it is the right choice for you

  • to leave especially if you're feeling signs one and two as well now if this is

  • an opportunity where you're still learning new things and that's likely

  • the case because it's probably a new position if you've only been there in

  • the last few months then it's a situation where you should reconsider

  • leaving and stick it out for a little while longer just so that you can

  • confirm for yourself that there is absolutely no value add in you staying

  • there but if you're learning new things you

  • might as well stick it out a little bit while longer sign number four you know

  • what your next job looks like and it ain't here if you've been doing your

  • research you know your value and you know the exact type of job that you can

  • get with the skills and experiences that you currently possess then those are all

  • indicators pointing you in the direction of potentially leaving for that type of

  • opportunity because if you know that that opportunity exists out there but it

  • doesn't exist in the current company that you're at then it's time for you to

  • reconsider staying and leave and find something better but do take this piece

  • of advice that I'm going to share with you if you are going to leave for any

  • opportunity be very clear on what type of job you want to leave for next be

  • very clear on what it is that that role is going to provide for you and what

  • you're able to provide for that role be very clear on what it is that you want

  • to do next because I have seen so many situations where people don't think it

  • through they don't think through the next job

  • that they want to take they just jump to another position because it happens to

  • be available and they realize that that position is actually worse than the

  • position that they were in maybe they're doing less than what they were doing

  • before or they were they're actually at a lower level less more junior than what

  • they were doing before or the job isn't challenging enough for whatever please

  • be very clear on what it is that you want to get into next before you make

  • that move that's going to ensure that you find the right opportunity that

  • matches exactly what you're looking for my motto is that you should never be

  • running away from an opportunity it should always be that you're running

  • towards another better opportunity and finally sign number five you just feel

  • ready to leave this is just a gut feeling that deep down inside of you you

  • know that you've been staying in your current company and job for way too long

  • and that you shouldn't be here anymore the end of the day we all have to go

  • through change in life and now you recognize that it's time for you to

  • close this chapter and to start a new one so there you have it those are my

  • five signs to determine whether or not you're ready to leave your current job

  • and to move on to something else now if you're someone who's been on this

  • path of searching for a new job for the last

  • little while you've been going on interviews but you haven't been getting

  • job offers and you realize that you need one-on-one professional guidance then

  • feel free to reach out to me head on over to my website lindaraynier.com/standoutgethired

  • read through the page fill out the application form

  • and one of my team members will be reaching out to you if we decide that

  • you are a potential match for my program and from there we'll discuss directly if

  • you liked this video then please give it a thumbs up subscribe share it with your

  • friends thanks so much for watching and I will catch you next time.

Hey Ambitious Professionals! It's Linda Raynier of lindaraynier.com guiding you

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如何知道何時離職(辭職)? (How to Know When to Leave Your Job (Quit Your Job))

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