When we're in the right job, we feel energised, motivated and satisfied with the way we're spending our lives. When we're in the wrong job, we feel stressed, anxious and burnt out.
Career health is an essential component of our overall wellbeing. So, it's important to give it the care & attention it deserves.
Does work interfere with your ability to eat, sleep, exercise & stay in good physical health?
Does your job affect your mental health, causing stress, anxiety, or even depression?
Does the work you do allow you to live your life comfortably, without stressing about the bills?
Are you able to spend enough time with the important people in your life, like your friends & family?
Do you feel like the work you do is meaningful, and has a greater purpose to work toward?
Are your responsibilities at work creating stress, ill-health & sleepless nights?Learn more
Do you feel nervous about going to work? And like you're constantly having to watch your back?Learn more
Do you feel like there's no meaning to the work you do? And that your job leaves a void in your life?Learn more
Has the corporate world taken over your life? Leaving you lonely, out of balance & unsure what to do?Learn more
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Sometimes it is hard to know when you are ready to make a positive change. You may have been in your current job for a decade, but if that loyalty isn’t being rewarded then it is worth looking for somewhere that will value you.
Whenever you are looking at changing your work, you have to look at your work-life balance. Ask yourself if your job is allowing you to pursue your creative outlets or hobbies and if you have enough time for your family and friends. If you are unable to switch off when you come home or you are regularly being called in on your days off, this can lead to serious burnout and affect your mental well-being.
When work has got you down, look for the silver linings in your life. Spend time with the people that celebrate your successes and are there for you during the hard times. Evaluate if you feel your best around work colleagues, friends or family. You may need to dedicate more time to socialising outside of work.
Consider if you need a career change or a change of employer. If you love the work you do but struggle with certain members of staff or an organisation’s ethos, you can look to another employer for a similar role. However, if your job is not fulfilling and you are bored and uninspired, it may be time for a career change.