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How to (Potentially) Resolve Big Issues That Make You Want to Quit Your Job

 

 

How to (Potentially) Resolve Big Issues That Make You Want to Quit Your Job

Adam DachisHow to (Potentially) Resolve Big Issues That Make You Want to Quit Your JobWe’re eager to be employed, especially in today’s job market, but some jobs turn out to have major problems that make our lives miserable—and make us want to quit. That said, quitting isn’t always the answer. Here’s what you can do to try and resolve those problems before jumping ship.

How to (Potentially) Resolve Big Issues That Make You Want to Quit Your Job Photo by National Assembly for Wales

A user over on StackExchange took a job that turned out to be terrible and wants out. Some people recommended methods for quitting, but others recommended other strategies first. One of the best answers came from StackExchange user Patrick. He gave some suggestions specific to type of job in question (programming), so here is a more generalized version:

  • Talk to your boss about the problems at hand.
  • Tell your boss how you’d like to see those problems resolved.
  • Ask your boss what it will take to get to that resolution.
  • If the answers do not make the situation better, then it’s probably time to consider finding another job.

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