• Have an honest conversation with yourself, do you want to stay stuck in a  job that you have no bone or vibe for?

If you're are reading this, you're probably sick and tired of your job- and you are ready to find your next employer. Maybe not!

No job is a good fit even if it was supposed to be your "dream job." The best way we learn to navigate our career progression is to accept the experiences that come with work- both good and bad.

I'm sure you know the difference between a bad day and a bad job.

Have an honest conversation with yourself, do you want to stay stuck in a  job that you have no bone or vibe for?

We have quite a lengthy list for how to know that it's time to quit your current job, but we'll start small so you can catch up.

Toxic boss and co-workers.

When the environment around you is tainted with toxicity, you may find yourself feeling low, depressed and anxious.

Toxic people can be draining and may make you feel demotivated to grow.

Lack of passion

When you are passionate about your work, you will have a greater sense of purpose and accomplishment.

It leads to high productivity, better results and sometimes it may feel like you got no job at all.

If you lack passion in that field you're now, it's time to write that resignation letter.

Better job

In most cases, people want to quit because they've got a better job somewhere else.

Before you quit and clear your desk clean, confirm if the job offer is still on the table, you don't want to quit only to find yourself jobless.

Personal beliefs

The company's values may not align with your personal beliefs. Your morals and personal interests jeopardized in the process of trying to fit in.

It's prudent to take that step towards resigning and finding a job that fits your beliefs, so you can enjoy working and avoid having bad days at work