The decision whether you should stay or leave a job, may not be measured by the scale of personal satisfaction. Conversely, practical things like finding another job and make ends meet, determine whether the resignation is an option.
Emilie Schaum, director of human resources in the marketing agency Lippe Taylor in New York, suggests asking these three questions to yourself to avoid bad situations:
1. Can I stop?
Do you have the financial resources to cover the cost of living, if it takes you longer to find the next job without the continued expense of your professional happiness? Although there may be other companies who are recruiting workers in a particular market sector, new opportunities may depend on your experience level and the amount of salary requested.
2. Do you do the proper research?
If you have done all the homework before accepting the offer of companies today, such as asking probing questions during the interview, check the company website, and do some fact-finding by talking to former or current employees of the company, what changed? You need to really understand this to ensure themselves are not stuck in the same situation again.
3. Is the situation really as bad as it seems?
Unless the situation is abuse or anything illegal or unethical, you may need to talk to the boss directly about the things that bothered. After that, you and your boss can find any solution. Discuss all your concerns with a trusted friend or family member whose appreciate your opinion.