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5 Questions To Ask Yourself Before Quitting Your Job

| Published on December 9, 2019

1. Why Am I Quitting?

Even though you might have plenty of reasons why you do not like your job, you need to understand the one reason that has encouraged you to take the step. This will help you to understand yourself and make wiser choices for future opportunities.

2. Will Quitting Solve Everything?

Once you have found the core reason for your decision to quit, you need to understand if that reason is associated with the workplace or with you. You need to think it through and know if the quitting will solve all your work-related problems or will just tag along your career moving forward.

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3. Have you tried your best to make it work?

Before quitting evaluate your contribution to your workplace. Without over or underestimating yourself understand if you have really tried to make things work in your current workplace. If you have then quitting might be the right thing. And if not then you need to reconsider your decision and talk it out with your manager or the HR for pointers.

4. What Are your options moving forward?

After you have done all the necessary checks on your decision to quit, always have a plan B ready. Quitting is not a problem as long as you have a new job opportunity ready to take on. Leaving your current job in a spur of the moment will only cause you difficulties.

Quitting your job needs to be done with planning and knowing that you will not have to wait for the next best opportunity to knock on the door.

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5. Will the new job answer all your problems?

Before quitting and taking up a new job do thorough research about the organization. Understand its work culture and evaluate if you are up for it. Some people tend to leave jobs much more frequently and that is because they are not making the right evaluation.

Also, you do not get everything you want from the job. Compromising is not the answer but understanding your current needs and the returns you are getting from the job is highly important.


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