The job you have can be the one you love, even if you are not enamored with it at the moment. Sometimes the grass is not always greener elsewhere, as many have found when they have made a leap for more money, a better title or a brand name company. Don’t forget to keep in mind the warning signs that you might be in the wrong job at the same time.
““All careers have spikes and valleys and are bumpy along the way,” he says. “It’s easier for some of us to become frustrated and look around for another opportunity. But I’ve yet to meet a single person who claims they fell into the perfect job after graduating college and has had an upward linear trajectory with a straight line on a graph.” Often, the better way to deal with your disengagement is to ask yourself how you can make the job you have into one that’s better for you and your well-being, says Rath.”
Read: How to turn the job you have into one you love at FastCompany