The more you put into a job, the more you get out of it. Think of a job as an opportunity to learn from those that are passionate about what they do and have been doing it long enough to get good enough to show you how to do it. I’ve done a lot of different jobs over the years and learned something from each of them.
Are you feeling like you’re going through the motions at work? Do you feel like you’ve mastered your role and there’s a lot more to learn? Are you being denied the opportunity to learn? And, worse of all, do you dread Monday mornings and live for the weekends?
If you have any of these feelings, you’re not alone. Lack of training and other opportunities to learn is a key reason why employees are unhappy with their job, and the reason why they eventually leave.
If you’re not growing or learning anything new, it might be time to leave, says an article from Forbes.com. “…when you’ve outgrown the position and there is no opportunity for advancement–or you seem to work the same job day in, day out without any opportunity for growth, even though you crave more–it’s time to get out.
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