We’ve all had one of those days: days when you just want to put down your pen (or headset, or stethoscope), walk out of the building, and never come back. Here’s why you shouldn’t give in to the temptation.
Money can’t buy happiness, but it can buy food!
The longer you stay at this job, the more experience you’ll be able to claim when looking for your next one. Plus, staying at each job for a decent length of time makes you look stable (at least on paper).
It’s hard to get an interview in the first place, and then you have to prepare for it and stuff. Might as well count your blessings. Bloom where you’re planted. Life is what you make it. Et cetera, et cetera.
Different companies have different policies, but a year is still the standard waiting period to get leave credits.
If (IF!) you get another job, you’ll have to be on your best behavior all the time all over again.
Better the devil you know than the devil you don’t. Or, there are jerks everywhere.
Repeat after me: “If I can get through this, I can get through anything.”
Seriously. Some branches are better than others, but is this really the way you want to spend four hours of your life? – See more at: https://id8fbhst.com/8listold/index.php/site/articles/8-reasons-not-to-walk-out-on-your-job-today-240#sthash.quzCdovO.dpuf