I quit my perfect job

Johnes007
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I quit my perfect job

Postby Johnes007 » Thu Sep 28, 2017 10:16 pm

Good day to all. I got a job, worked for a couple of weeks, I was frightened of unbearable tasks and that I would throw with a salary and decide to quit. Fired literally for the day, all paid for, no problems. I liked the work - I successfully passed the contest among the candidates, I spent a lot of time and effort to get this post, and as a result, here is such a breakdown. I think, the three-month sitting without work has affected (before I worked constantly, the general experience more than 10 years). I was afraid of getting out of the comfort zone. What do you think about it? Do you have similar situations?

Alfred
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Re: I quit my perfect job

Postby Alfred » Thu Oct 05, 2017 7:21 am

Job is always difficult that's for sure. Especially if you do it not for the money but for the normal aim. For people for example! Job challenges is inseparable part of working life and you must be strong and determined not to be on the foot. I strongly recommend you to relax after your hard working day. It is important. But if you hate your work, are you sure that you have chosen the right one. All these difficulties should make you more stronger to resist any influence in future. Difficulties in pleasant job should not make your angry. They must make your stronger.

Willy.W
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Re: I quit my perfect job

Postby Willy.W » Fri Dec 01, 2017 10:49 pm

To be honest I have never had similar situation and I hope that I will never have it. I am happy to speak about job because I am proud of being a swimmer and I am happy that it brings me pleasure. To be honest sometimes many people can call my work as a stupid not a serious thing but you know I should work hard to be the best swimmer and earn a lot of money thanks for it. My job is fantastic for me. and it is very sad because if I were in your shoes I would be exactly dissapointed. Because I don't want to quit my perfect job

Gorden
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Re: I quit my perfect job

Postby Gorden » Sun Dec 24, 2017 8:10 am

First, analyze what was good in your old job. You need to take into account everything, up to a comfortable chair, the availability of a canteen and the timely supply of stationery. Remembered? Now, carefully write down all the pluses on the sheet. It happens that it is not so easy to make such a list. If you are offended by the previous leadership or colleagues, finding the pros is rather difficult. But it is necessary to do this. After all, everything written on the sheet, you take in your new life. What if there is only a negative? It turns out that you make your future bleak!After you sorted out the pluses of the previous work, think about what did not suit you. Make another list. Read it carefully. This will help to understand what is important for you to get a new job in return for these disadvantages.

Curtis
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Re: I quit my perfect job

Postby Curtis » Wed Jan 17, 2018 6:33 pm

The probability that one of your friends or acquaintances is engaged in what interests you is always great. Do not be shy to tell me that you are currently looking for work, perhaps this is how you can find a dream job. Do not rule out the possibility that you are the person whom your former classmate's friend is looking for. Everybody loves candidates with good recommendations from acquaintances.Often people throw a cry about free vacancies in social networks, so to view your newsline now is with special attention.Do not hide and hope for a chance. No one can miraculously learn about your unique specialization, rich experience and incredible qualifications. There are countless websites for job search, and so, not only job seekers, but also employers are sitting on them. They just look through the profiles of candidates for keywords and one day may accidentally stumble upon yours.


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