Long commute, terrible pay, horrible relationship with your co-workers or your boss all may be reasons to want to quit your job but according to experts there is one sure sign it’s time to get out.
Ever suffer from the Sunday night blues? Do you ever get a little down Sunday night knowing the fun weekend you had is over and you have to go back to work the next day? According to a Monster.com survey 76% of us do. That’s normal, however if those Sunday night blues turn into all day anxious, depressed, fearful, sobbing on the couch because you hate your job and don’t want to go to work the next day then that is the sign it’s time to move on.
This from Yahoo Business Insider:
“Having the Sunday Night Blues can be a common phenomenon for anyone,” says Lynn Taylor, a national workplace expert and author of “Tame Your Terrible Office Tyrant: How to Manage Childish Boss Behavior and Thrive in Your Job.” “You’re transitioning from a leisure mindset to work, with all its daily challenges. But if you’re feeling trapped, hopeless, or anxious about your job for weeks or months as you face Monday — it’s time to look for greener pastures.”