I get it, you need money.
We can all agree that times are hard and bills, unfortunately, don’t pay themselves. So, you’ve got a job and you participate in the day-to-day grind. After awhile, though, you find that said job has become increasingly unbearable. You know, the coworker in the cubicle next to you has terrible body odor (that’s getting progressively worse) and Ben from accounting has shown you photos of his 12 cats more times than you can count. And yet, despite all that, you’ve found a way to talk yourself into staying through it all. Why? The grass is always greener? The devil you know? YOU DON’T LIKE CHANGE!? Siren songs that are drawing you toward the rocks.
Despite those impediments and your need for employment (and, in turn, money and purpose) it is vital to know when it’s time to hit the road, throw in the towel, and look for a new job. So, here are a few tell-tale signs that you should polish your resume, hunt for a recruiter, and find out what Linkedin is all about. And no, you can’t use us as a reference.