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Signs you're not happy at work

Work is something that a lot of us suffer through at one point or another. There are times when all the money in the world would not be enough to motivate you to work. There are several signs that suggest your jobs not going as you’d hope. The first and most obvious sign is when you dread going to work.

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Lacking passion for what you do is a sign that things aren’t right. If you’re arguing with your boss, your manager will at least see that you care. If you’re apathetic about work, it might be time for a change.

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Disliking the people you work with is another sign that things are heading in the wrong direction. There’s normally someone at work that you can connect with at some level. If there’s no one, perhaps you need out.

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Disliking the people you work with is another sign that things are heading in the wrong direction. There’s normally someone at work that you can connect with at some level. If there’s no one, perhaps you need out.

Imposter Syndrome at Work Explained

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Continued stress about work is one of the biggest signs that you’ve had enough. If you’re really upset and negative about your job, or if you get anxious about it, you’ll need to leave. Before you do though take the time to talk to someone you’ve connected with at some level. Perhaps there are others who feel the same way.

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Your physical health is far more important that meeting that deadline, doing the right thing or making money. If it’s suffering, that’s a sign that you at least need a break from work.

Imposter Syndrome at Work Explained

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A lack of belief either in your management or your company is another sign that things are heading in the wrong direction. If you can only see bad things up ahead, you’ll need to consider your position.

Imposter Syndrome at Work Explained

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A lack of belief either in your management or your company is another sign that things are heading in the wrong direction. If you can only see bad things up ahead, you’ll need to consider your position.

Imposter Syndrome at Work Explained

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Try and get some perspective if you're feeling upset about work. If you understand that there's more to life than work, you could make yourself happier.

Imposter Syndrome at Work Explained

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Ultimately if you’re unhappy, that’ll show in your work. You won’t be as productive, you won’t be in work as often and your relationships with colleagues will suffer. To be blunt, you’ll be on a downward spiral which is hard to recover from. Noting any of these signs and making a change to your working life is the best thing to do.

Imposter Syndrome at Work Explained

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Ultimately if you’re unhappy, that’ll show in your work. You won’t be as productive, you won’t be in work as often and your relationships with colleagues will suffer. To be blunt, you’ll be on a downward spiral which is hard to recover from. Noting any of these signs and making a change to your working life is the best thing to do.

Imposter Syndrome at Work Explained

Photos: Wikimedia Commons

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