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3 Reasons to Leave Your Job Behind

November 14, 2018 | By Louis Tully

Sometimes, your dream job turns out to be just that: a dream. Many people think they know what they want to do and even who they want to work for until it happens for them. They might land the job they’ve always wanted or become a part of a team they’ve always wanted to work for, but then something happens; they realize that the career path they’ve pursued for so long wasn’t worth pursuing at all. Whether you’ve needed to reach out for a signature loan because your boss couldn’t pay you on time, or you just feel like you’re doing too much for too little, you might consider quitting your job in favor of something better. Here are 3 big reasons you should leave your dream job behind.

Your Boss Uses Niceness as a Crutch

It’s easy to tell when something just doesn’t feel right, especially at the office. Sure, your boss can be the nicest person you’ve ever met, and you may find yourself in a position of wanting to do anything you can for them because of all the good things they’ve done for you over the years. But what about when they begin to take advantage of you? Some employers will purposely use their politeness as a crutch to get what they want from you without paying a nickel more for your added services.

It starts off with small things, but before long, you’re setting their appointments, running their errands, bringing them lunch, and even washing their car without gaining so much as an extra dollar on your paycheck. If this sounds like what you’re going through at your job, don’t give them a day more of your dedication. Find a new place of work and leave that employer behind.

Your Paydays are Almost Never Consistent

Speaking of paychecks, does it seem like you never get paid on the same day? Does working out your monthly budget turn into a guessing game? Receiving unsteady paydays is a very bad sign for any company. It generally means that your employer can barely afford to pay you and doesn’t have enough money in the bank to ensure you a steady income. This is dangerous territory when you think about it. You should never have to ask your boss for your paycheck and you should never have to guess when your bank account will be reloaded again. If this is what you’re going through with your employer, get out as soon as you can. Because by tomorrow, you may not have a job to go to anyway.

You’re Giving Too Much for Too Little

Again, if it just feels like you’re doing more work than you should, and the pay just isn’t there, it’s a sure sign you need to call it quits and find something else. But hey, maybe you should give them the benefit of the doubt, especially if all this just started happening. You could nip it in the bud right now by scheduling a one-on-one meeting with your boss to talk it over. Who knows? Maybe this was all just a product of miscommunication. Maybe something got mixed up in the payroll. Or maybe your boss didn’t realize he or she was overworking you in the first place. Sometimes, a little communication is all it takes to make things right again. But, if you’ve already tried that, it may just be time to opt out and put in your 2 weeks. It’s a scary thing to go through, but in the end, it may be the best possible thing you can do for you.