Poll results: Would you reapply to your current job?
Here are the results of the poll in Newsletter #14
Would you reapply to your current job?
14,6% (Not a chance)
11,3% (Only at a different company)
37,7% (Probably, but I would add a few changes)
36,4% (Most definitely)
Total votes: 249
A great result for most of you. Being happy at work actually makes us healthier. And studies show that employees who like their job are more productive, more loyal and make excellent role models for their fellow workers.
If you are in the minority group, whatever your reasons are, it’s best to tackle them straight on. Of course you don’t want to make a rash decision, but it is not in your best interest and health to stay in a workplace or job you hate; it is certainly time to start looking for new possibilities.
Do you have any experience with a career change for the better?
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