If you don’t like your job, and have the ability to be employed somewhere else, then you should leave it. Every job is going to have something to complain about, but if your job is a source of constant stress, you’re getting no life skills from it, the pay isn’t good, the management is terrible, and you have no reason to be there, then you should quit. It really is
Susan Ranford is an expert on job market trends, hiring, and business management. She is the Community Outreach Coordinator for New York Jobs. In her blogging and writing, she seeks to shed light on issues related to employment, business, and finance to help others understand different industries and find the right job fit for them.