How do you know if you’re in the wrong job, or if a new job offer will be a good fit?

Your career goals can change over time, and the wrong job will only delay your success.

There are many signs your job is not a good fit, starting with the company’s values.  Know what a company stands for before you accept employment, and make sure it’s a match for your own beliefs. If your existing employer is no longer living up to the values they had when you started, it may be time to move on. Choosing to stay will only delay your success.

Just surviving in a job isn’t enough. You should be thriving.  Are you constantly bored or having negative feelings about the work you do? Has there been a change in management or company direction? Are you utilizing your strengths?

I shared my thoughts on this topic, along with other members of the Forbes Coaches Council.  Find out our 13 clear signs your job isn’t the right fit in this article on Forbes.

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