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Ready to Quit Your Job? You Are Not Alone!

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According to the article below from the OC Register, 20% of professional employees are considering quitting their jobs. Undoubtably most won't considering the economic climate and the difficulty in finding jobs. But, if you are one of the ones who act on it, there are many options available to lease office space to start your own business. The options range from a home office, to virtual office space or executive suite office and of course conventional office depending on your needs, budget and image requirements.

"Two out of five professionals think about quitting their jobs after taking their summer vacations, according to Regus, a provider of flexible workplace ideas. Can you relate?

Of course millions of workers heard about JetBlue flight attendant Steven Slater's spectacular "I quit" recently, grabbing a beer and sliding down the plane's emergency chute. But he hadn't been on vacation. In fact, he probably needed one.

But apparently a vacation doesn't help for many workers."As workers pack up their swimsuits this summer, they are more likely to dwell on the pros and  cons of the job that is waiting for them at home," said Regus Regional Vice President Sande Golgart.The top reasons survey respondents gave for wanting to quit:   
* Lack of communication with management 40%   
* Lack of career advancement 37%   
* Feeling overworked 34%   
* Company lacks vision 31%   
* Colleagues are incompetent 28%   
* Lack of administrative support 26%   
* Rude colleagues 21%   
* Boss takes credit for respondent's work 20%"

Stress caused by overwork has escalated during the past recession with people working harder and longer to make sure they can pay their bills," Golgart said"

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1 response to “Ready to Quit Your Job? You Are Not Alone!”

  1. Missy Says:
    Oh yes, definitely ready to quit. As so many employers are requiring more from the employees, yet not willing to compensate for the additional stress involved or extra time the job requires, I am not alone in this thinking. Many employers are only hiring "part-time" yet many of these positions require full time mental energy. Eventually, people will become weary of working so hard for their employers, and not having their financial needs met. Because of this, many will leave their jobs, and venture out on their own, realizing they can probably replace a part time income relatively easy,with the potential of making more.