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8 Guides You Are Near In a Dead-End Job – WeAssist Services Group

8 Guides You Are Near In a Dead-End Job

Now you’ve heard that you’ll be one of the employees shortlisted to receive a memo to end a job sooner.

Worry not because you still have choices to make before you leave the company you are currently working at.

You still have time to look around the organization for a better assignment.

But here are 10 helpful guides to prepare yourself and understand that you’re in a dead-end job to prepare yourself earlier and get ready for a new job hunt:

1. Changes like the role you confirm for your employer is clearly not important to the people in charge.

2. You look around you and see that your organization doesn’t move people up or allow them to expand their roles.

3. Your role and your job description are fixed and repetitive that doesn’t give you a chance to showcase your other talents and skills.4. Maybe there are more frustrated co-employees who is looking to move up in your organization than there are opportunities to do so.

4. Maybe there are more frustrated co-employees who is looking to move up in your organization than there are opportunities to do so.5. For whatever reason — internal politics, inertia, your manager’s fear of your growing flame, or something else – you can see that your current job is the highest and most interesting position you’re going to get in your company.

5. For whatever reason — internal politics, inertia, your manager’s fear of your growing flame, or something else – you can see that your current job is the highest and most interesting position you’re going to get in your company.

6. When you try to talk with your manager about your professional growth and development, he tends to ignore it or divert your attention to a topic not relevant to what you are saying.

7. People come and go in your organization all the time. The leaders have accepted the fact that the company is a revolving door.

8. When you foresee yourself working at your current job one year from now, you may not see anything changing.

Being in a dead-end job doesn’t mean an end to everything. It’s normal thing to feel like being sad. Maybe you can say to yourself that you are really not a good employee.

Maybe a better job awaits you outside that really fit your skills.

The tendency to be discouraged in a dead-end job at some point is the most reactions we are experiencing

There is always a hope to a dead-end job. Once you get the heads up and says, “You can do better than this!” you have time to plan.

You can do your job every day and save your mental and emotional energy for your next step, whether it’s a sideline consulting business or a quiet job search. You can use that time to think about what you want to do next and to re-energize your network.

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