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What You Should Know Before You Find a New Job Are you dreaming of finding a new job? Data indicate that job ads are read more thoroughly during vacation breaks. Many people start thinking about finding a new job when they have some time off from their current one. I think that it is positive that you find some time during your vacation to ponder where you are in life and whether you have found your vocation. However, before you decide on finding a new job, you should think about this: Are you currently feeling that you are in a situation where you go to work solely because you have to and not because you really want to? That doesn’t make sense in the long run. We will simply burn out if we keep on doing something that we don’t really want to for a long period of time. It may be necessary for a short while to hold down a job just to be able to pay the rent, but if you look at things in a greater perspective, you should aspire to find something to do that will at least give you the satisfaction of having more good than bad days. I would like to share what I take into consideration when I receive job offers before I decide on saying yes or no. You have the power to influence whether you feel happy in your current job! Before you decide on saying yes to a new job, you should carefully consider if you just need a long vacation, if you are just feeling bored, or if you really do need a new job. Question 1: Am I satisfied in my current job? Answer:     

Yes, absolutely. Yes, I think so. I am not sure. No, not really. No, absolutely not.

Question 2: Have I achieved everything that I can in my current job? Answer:    

Yes, absolutely. Yes, I think so. I am not sure. No, not really.

What You Should Know Before You Find a New Job  

Blog from Soulaima Gourani

What You Should Know Before You Find a New Job  

Blog from Soulaima Gourani

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