Should I Stay Or Should I Go? Take This Test To Find Out Whether You Should Quit

Posted October 23, 2013, by Molly Wiltshire-Bridle

Do you bound out of bed each morning, or does the sound of your alarm send shivers down your spine? Would you rather endure water torture than water cooler conversation? Not unlike a relationship, finding a job that’s right for you takes trial and error, compromise and a dash of fate. A clash or two along the way is inevitable, but it’s also important to know when to throw in the towel.

It’s time to ask yourself: should I stay, or should I go?

How long have you been in your job?
What's your first thought on a Monday morning?
What do you do when you first get to work?
How do you feel after work?
How do you feel about your colleagues?
What's your relationship with management like?
How does your employer show appreciation for your work?
What's the best thing about your job?
It's payday. What are you thinking?
Picture yourself at this company six months from now...
Molly Wiltshire-Bridle

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