Quit your job: I don’t have the facts, but I have a rough estimate that there are about 25% of people who do not like their jobs. Thinking that they have no other options, most people just settle with jobs that are available for them.
This often results in unsatisfied and unmotivated workers. Yet, they still continue to work to support not only themselves but also their families. This is usually the case of those who are either lacking in educational background and whose skills and knowledge fall short of what is required of their “dream job”.
Others keep working at a job they hate to support their lifestyle or they just don’t have the courage and guts to leave their current work and look for other alternatives.
You may have several reasons to continue working at a job you hate, but I am here to offer a new perspective and present you with other options.
Apparently, the internet had engraved its way into our everyday lives. This is not only true for the younger generation.
Even older people who are technologically challenged are also finding their way online.
It would make sense that the growing popularity of and ease of access to the internet would lead to career opportunities for people. After all, if many are willing to transact or make deals online then someone has to give them an avenue to do so.
Nowadays, almost all operations are done with the aid of the internet and most transactions are done online.
Due to the convenience it offers, the internet had in many ways become more of a necessity.
This is what I’m trying to get through to you in this article if you haven’t already figured it out. With the growing popularity of the internet, a lot of job and business opportunities are created.
For example, you can begin your own online business for much less than if you are to open a store selling the same products. There are a lot of costs that will be avoided like liability insurance for slip and fall accidents, worker’s compensation insurance for employees needed to man the store, store rental and a lot more.
You just need an excellent internet connection and a decent computer.
Another advantage of having an online business is you can transact anywhere and anytime you want. I would like to call this as “business-on-the-go” or “portable business”.
The internet may be relatively new to others especially for the ones who grew up without using the internet in their everyday lives. Because of this, not many people grew up thinking they want an internet business when they grew up. They are not even considering trying online jobs even if they are already old and not physically fit anymore to continue working.
But if you really think that you are being held down by your employer and you are not happy with your job, maybe it is already time to try other opportunities.
If you dread going to work, you painfully make it through each day and by the time you get home you are too emotionally drained, maybe you should start considering changing your career.
Don’t wait for things to get so bad at work that you just need to get out the door. If that happens, You usually end up going from one bad situation to another because you will not think clearly when the offer comes.
You are so desperate to leave your current company that anything offered to you looks good.
You may have finished a bachelor’s degree, earned a diploma and are currently associated with a reputable company, yet you are not happy with what you are doing.
Your degree may have helped you land in a good company which offers competitive compensation and benefits package but the demands and pressures at work is exhausting you, always pre-occupying your schedule that you tend to neglect your other responsibilities.
You keep asking yourself why you are still staying in your current job.
If this article made its way through you and you read through this, there is a good chance that you are interested in trying out other alternative sources of income, are looking for a way out of your current employment situation, or are currently unemployed.
The best part of this whole thing is you have the choice of doing it part-time while you are still starting up so you can still keep working with your current job until such time you establish a level of income you are comfortable with.
I am with high hopes that this article had in some way encouraged you to take the chance and go for it. After all, we are doing this for our own betterment. We all deserve better, don’t we?