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Why so many people hate their jobs?

admin June 08, 2015

How is your job going these days? Do you like it? Do you know that with a diversified number of career choices, approximately 1/3 of the total workforce will change their jobs every 12 months, as a result that until 42, you probably have already had about 10 times of career change, not 7 as before.

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Hating the job is one of the leading reasons for the above reality, which surpassed the money reason. More and more people voluntarily quit their job, at the latest research in 2013, exactly 71% of interviewees said they hate their job. So, exactly why so many people hate their job?

We all know what it's like to feel stuck in the job we dislike. Every day is a struggle, from the time you wake up to the time you drag yourself out of the office, wondering what the next workday will bring.

Why are they dissatisfied?

So many ways to pull a person out of career path, but what are the common inducements?

- You decide too soon? How many people only stick with one job in their lifetime? You are a newbie college graduate, no idea what is going on with your life, you quickly grab a job offer with a suitable salary. But after few years of working, you'll probably feel trapped. Switching the career requires a no money period or a too-much-freedom time, you confuse and it is likely you can end up doing the same place for the rest of your life.


- Your job is not meaningful enough: Your only motivation is money without any passion or creativeness in it finds yourself quickly losing interest in your job.

-You work and work: Too much time spends on working is one reason people change. Feel exhausted and no energy. You need something could balance your life and have something more out of life than only money.

How to deal with it?

Only simply bringing people back into careers that they are still lukewarm about ISN’T the right answer to a sustainable job.  In a world of mounting economic pressure driven by intensifying global competition, passion is an essential factor needed to succeed. Without passion, people will be forced to choose between two stresses: stress from being unemployed versus the stress of sticking in a dead-end job.


Another efficiency method is to be inspired by their leader. When leaders explicitly promote employees to work in more sustainable ways and especially when they become the most shining example. The result are unexpected - their employees are 55 percent feel more engaged, 53 percent more focused, and have more intention of likely staying at the company

Trying to find something new to learn in your job: Start developing several skills or learning more about a different department then add these new knowledge into your job, make the difference, increase your value as an employee, and refresh your perspective with a new point of view and new responsibilities.

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