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Time for a job change

Sooner or later we all reach a point where we think about our professional situation and ask ourselves whether the current job is (still) the right one. A job change is quite normal nowadays, hardly any employee stays with one and the same employer for decades. So when is the time ripe for a new job?

How often do you think about changing jobs?

As soon as you seriously question your current job for the first time, take the time to reflect on your situation. Is your dissatisfaction a punctual phenomenon or a chronic condition? consider the current situation and your personal wishes for further professional development by asking the following questions:

  • How long have you been working in this position?
  • Was the job your own active choice or did you slip into the job by chance or for economic reasons?
  • Do you enjoy the working environment, the team and the company's culture?
  • Are you satisfied at the end of a work day?
  • Do you feel realized and fulfilled by your current job?

Using these and similar questions as a guide - if you find negative answers to most questions and find that you have always wanted something different for your professional life, you should prepare yourself to change your job.

What do you want?

Even if you have found out that your current job is not what you desire, it may not be a good idea to just jump ship. Find out what you want first.

  • Is there a possibility for development in your current company, which will meet your desires?
  • In which direction would you want to develop?
  • Is a job change enough or do you want to change fields or industries?
  • Which companies would be interesting new employers?

Once you have figured out some of these details you can start your search.

What is possible?

Consider the economic climate, what jobs are currently out there and do you think you will be able to get to the next career level by changing jobs? In the end we need to reconcile what we want with what is feasibly achievable. If you are uncertain, it may be a good idea to contact experts in the field with a good understanding of HR (like Transport Talent).

If you work in the transport and logistics sector or want to move to this industry, why not contact us or sign up? We will be happy to have an honest conversation with you about what is currently out there for you and will help you achieve the next step in your career.

You can reach our team in Chicago by mail at contact@us.transporttalent.com.

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