Why change jobs?

There are many reasons why someone might choose to change jobs. Some common reasons include:

  1. Better pay or benefits: Many people change jobs to find a position that offers higher pay or better benefits, such as health insurance or retirement plans.

  2. Career advancement: Some people change jobs to take on more responsibility or to find a position that offers more opportunities for growth and advancement.

  3. New challenges: Some people change jobs to find a new challenge or to try something new.

  4. Location: Some people change jobs to be closer to home or to move to a different city or country.

  5. Personal fulfilment: Some people change jobs because they are unsatisfied with their current position and want to find a job that brings them greater personal fulfilment.

  6. To gain a more comprehensive experience or knowledge base.

  7. You have outgrown your current employer, or there is not a clear path at your employer to grow further.

  8. Let's be clear not every boss is a peach to work for sometimes; it is just best to move on from the toxicity.|

  9. You are looking for greater flexibility post-Covid and how it changed the world of work.

  10. To work at a better-resourced employer.

Ultimately, the decision to change jobs is a personal one and can be influenced by a variety of factors. Therefore, it is important to carefully consider your motivations and goals before making a decision to change jobs.

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