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5 reasons to change your job in 2021

  • Publish Date: Posted 7 months ago
  • Author:by Emma

As spring is approaching you may be feeling like you need a change or new challenge at work but you’re just not sure if it’s the right time to be changing your job.  If you’re struggling to make that decision, here are five good reasons to transform your career in 2021.


Boredom

The no.1 motivation killer. If the thought of going to work fills you with dread, it’s time to move. New projects, new people and new purpose could mean a newly motivated you.


Work / Life Balance

Struggling to stop thinking about work? Losing sleep over it? Time to put yourself first. Self care is important and you need a job and employer that understands your needs. Time for a change.


You want / need more money

It’s nothing to be embarrassed of. Situations change. You might want to buy a house, start a family or just deserve more money for the work you do. If you want to increase your income faster than waiting in your current role for an inflation type pay increase, it’s time to start looking for that new role.


You need a challenge

You’ve learnt your trade. You can do your job standing on your head. If your skills are now to honed to perfection in your current role, it might be time to make a change. Choose a new career that aligns with your aspirations for the future.


Company culture

Does everyone in your workplace behave with courtesy and have shared values? Does your boss check up your wellbeing and is genuinely interested in you and your career? If there are personality clashes, inconsiderate co-workers or a toxic atmosphere then a move should definitely be on the cards.


If you’re thinking of moving jobs, have a look at our job search page:www.allen-york.com/jobs alternatively, we are working many other roles with purposeful companies looking for great people, contact us on 01202 888986 to see how we can find you a new challenge that meets your experience, skills and aspirations.