Are You Ready for a Job Change?
By Peter Newfield – President of Career-Resumes.com®
Money isn’t the only reason why people change jobs. Sometimes the work environment, stress, lack of cooperation among staff, and personality conflicts can contribute to unhappiness and dissatisfaction with your job. Take this quiz and find out if you should be considering new opportunities for improved job satisfaction and greater personal, as well as, financial rewards.
If you have checked T on any of the questions, give yourself 10 points. If you have a total of more than 70 points, get your resume and cover letter in order ASAP and start looking for greener pastures. If your score is 40 – 70, think about prioritizing a job search in the near future. If you scored less than 40 points, you must really love what you do for a living. It’s still not a bad idea to keep your resume updated. You never know when opportunity will come knocking!
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Peter Newfield is President of Career-Resumes.com®, one of the premier resume writing services in the United States. He is The Resume Expert for BlueSteps.com, ExecutiveRegistry.com, NETSHARE.com, DirectEmployer.com and the former Resume Expert for Monster.com, Spencer Stuart Talent Network and the Career Center on AOL. View samples at: www.career-resumes.com