Hate Your Job? Learn How To Reassess Your Career

When you start hating your job, it can be hard to know what to do to change. Our experts share how to re-assess your job skills, career goals, and determine how to move forward.

Professional man considering his career options

There are a number of reasons why a person may not be happy at work. The question to answer is: what are you going to do about it?
For many people, the answer is to find another job. For others, the answer could very well be to find a new career. There is no better time than the mid-30s to reassess your career and decide how you would like to spend the next 15 or 20 years professionally. At your age, you have experience and knowledge going in your favor. Plus, you now have valuable, real-world skills that can carry over to another industry or career path. If you are over 35 and are getting tired of your job, here are some things you can do to catch your second wind:
It today's fast-paced world of work, individuals have more options than ever before as to where, when and how they want to work. When you're unhappy in your role, it can be easy to feel stuck. But it doesn't need to stay that way. Leverage these tips to give your confidence a boost and take back control of your career. 
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