The average person has approximately 12 jobs throughout the course of their careers. There's a strong probability that some of those jobs are not going to be one's ideal position. In fact, only 51 percent of Americans report that they're satisfied with their jobs. So what's there to do?
There comes a time in everyone's lives where we have to make some hard career decisions—like whether the job we have is the right one for us. Perhaps the company isn't a culture fit, or maybe you don't feel challenged in your position—there are plenty of reasons one might think of moving on. Check out this flowchart, courtesy of resume.io, to see if it may be time to start thinking about putting in your two weeks' notice, as well as some advice on how to leave your job without burning any bridges.
You’ve been creative for as long as you can remember, from drawing pictures on the walls with your crayons, to tirelessly studying all your theory and applying it flawlessly to your dissertation. You’ve mastered the Adobe Suite, honed your skills, and expanded your thinking beyond what you thought possible.
Whether you’re a student, a recent graduate who just entered the workforce, or a grizzled, forty-plus hour a week veteran, you’ve undoubtedly encountered a few of the more unsavory personality traits that colleagues and coworkers sometimes have to offer. Let’s take a closer look at some of these traits, along with some tips for dealing with them.