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Americans spend a large majority of our time at work, which mean it’s crucial that we at least like, if not love, what we do. Actually, loving your career not only causes you less stress, but it gives you a sense of pride and fulfillment knowing that you’re doing what you love. Unfortunately, that’s not the case for everyone.

A lot of people are in the wrong career and, thus, hate their jobs. If you’ve been experiencing a host of negative feelings about your current career, there’s a great possibility that you’re in need of a permanent change. Check out this list of signs to determine if it’s time for you to finally make that move.

Black Women Upset At Work

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You Constantly Complain About Your Job

If you really loved your job you wouldn’t have a need to complain, so if complaining about your career is all you seem to do these days, that’s definitely a red flag.

Instead of spending your time complaining about your job, ask yourself why you feel so negatively about it in the first place. Then ask yourself if you want to continue to be this way until you retire. Don’t continue to complain if you don’t plan to do something about it.

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