How to Switch Jobs When You Hate Your Life

Don't get caught working a 9-5 that is destroying your life. It's time to switch jobs.

Have you ever been stuck at a job you hate? A job that feels like it’s sucking the life right out of you? Do you get that sinking feeling happens on Sunday night when you start thinking about work the next day? These are all signs you need to listen too!

If you can relate to those feelings above it might be time to start thinking about switching jobs. Life is extremely short, don’t get caught working a 9-5 that is wrecking your life.

Below I take you step by step on how to switch jobs without all the stress. Taking a few proactive steps will make the transition much easier for you. If you are truly unhappy with your job start taking actions today to make the change.

  1. Keep your expenses as low as possible
  2. Save as much as you can before switching jobs
  3. Prepare your resume
  4. Apply for all jobs that are relevant to what you are searching for
  5. Practice Interviews with your family and friends
  6. Take action!
  7. Plan for worst case scenario when switching jobs

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Kelan

Kelan is a born entrepreneur! While in college studying business and finance Kelan was able to grow his e-commerce business to over $50,000 a year. After being an Insurance Salesman, UPS Driver, and Jail Deputy Kelan has come full circle with his burning desire to be 100% self-employed. Kelan currently runs The Savvy Couple full time with a passion for helping others get money $avvy.

6 Replies to “How to Switch Jobs When You Hate Your Life

  1. I totally agree being stuck at a job you hate is not worth it! We can always make change. You just have to want it bad enough and make sure you plan ahead.

    Starting with paying off debt first is a good way to make that decision easier when the time comes!

    1. Glad you agree. A job is always something you can change in your life. Since we get limited time here you better take advantage and have a job you truly enjoy.

      Our biggest take away from us switching jobs is having plan. And a backup plan B. As long as you take the proper steps before making the job the transition is not as stressful.

  2. Hi Kelan,

    My license plate says “Just Fired” and when someone asks why I tell them it’s because I’m still celebrating the day I was let go.

    It was the best thing that ever happened to my wife and I – we became self employed and never looked back.

    I tweeted this one 🏹

Let the discusion begin!