Leaving the cold, dark days of winter behind always brings a sense of renewal. For some people, things start to feel easier, and some of the past stress falls away. Your job feels easier, your tasks less stifling.
But sometimes, spring can be a chance to try something new. A new job can set you up for an excellent spring, summer, and even career.
Is it time to be looking for a new job? Here are a few signs that it’s time to move on.
For many people, cold dark winters can zap the productivity right out of us, even if you aren’t engaged with your job. Often, the good weather can make even bleak days feel brand new.
But if your Sunday Scaries persist even into April, May, and June, the issue may not be the weather. It may be your job.
Rather than waiting for something to change, it may be time to create that change for yourself.
Do you find yourself on LinkedIn or other job boards just to see what else is out there?
If you are looking at new posts and thinking seriously about applying, then there’s likely something amiss in your current job. Subconsciously, you may not feel challenged or believe you’ll get the growth opportunities you want. Or you could be looking for a different culture or benefits.
No matter what’s on your mind, if you read job advertisements with interest, it may be time to start making a move for a new role.
Do you start every Monday feeling even more tired than you did on Friday? Are you struggling to make the most of your time off? It may be time for a new job.
The ability to rest, refresh, and recover from a workweek is a core part of staying engaged in your current role. If the job or the culture won’t allow you to take a beat and breathe, then it may be better to get out before you burn out.
Do you recognize some of the feelings described in this post? RightStone can help. Get in touch to learn how the RightStone 360 process perfectly matches consultants with employers.