Things You Do When You’re Bored With Your Dead-End Job

March 24, 2016  |  
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Work days can be long and tedious.  That is especially true when you work at a dead-end job.  And if you’re working at a dead-end job where your days are particularly long and tedious, chances are you’re also bored at said job.  With little to no change in your routine despite being employed at this dead-end job for what feels like eons, no potential for growth or support of your career plans, it’s easy to see why you would be bored.  Mix in your obvious lack of enthusiasm and you’ve got yourself a textbook dead-ender.  So until you find a better job, how do you get through those long, tedious, boring work days?  Let us know if any of these scenarios ring a bell.


Look For Other Work

Staying at a dead-end job is the equivalent of torture.  And since you take no pleasure in your own pain, you spend whatever time you can at work looking for other work.  Might as well write a cover letter and send out your resume.  Just make sure your boss, supervisor, and co-workers are none the wiser.

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