Signs You’re In The Wrong Job
Life is too short to spend in the wrong line of work. Furthermore, your working years are even shorter. Hopefully, you are lucky enough to retire in your sixties but that means your career really only spans about forty years. It’s kind of wild when you think about it that way, isn’t it? Let’s be realistic, though: you have bills to pay, emergency expenses, maybe you have a family to support, and you might even have a few trips and other luxuries you’d like to afford. At some point, all of us just take any job to support those expenses. When we’re fresh out of college, it’s normal to take the first job offered to us because we’re just grateful for employment. But too many people just get stuck in that initial line of work, even if it’s not what they really want to do. Breaking the cycle is naturally hard. Finding a new job, and starting over in a new industry, is a daunting concept. But, could it be worth it? To live the life you’d imagined? Here are signs you’re in the wrong line of work.
Happy professionals make you sad
People who love their job make you sad. Being around them only makes it so clear to you that you do not feel that way about your job. You don’t feel like you relate to these individuals at all.