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3 Reasons Why People Stick to Job which they Hate

Either performers or sycophants have better stability in the corporate world. Rest of the crowd either tussle or compromise. As the demand for professional skilled manpower is ever growing, companies are facing stiff challenges to cut down the attrition rate, ironically people think that there are numerous jobs for them but still they cling to their current job despite having an urge to leave it immediately. Why is that people finding it tough to leave the current job? Let’s understand, in the first place, why people tend to hate their jobs so often. Some of the reasons can be:
  • Over vigilance of the boss or owner
  • Stagnant remuneration for years
  • Office politics, nepotism, and corruption
  • Traveling to far-off locations
Life doesn’t offer fantastic flexibility at all times. Many surveys reported that an employee gets the hunch of the office environment in first three days, which also builds an image for how long one can survive in the job. However, many consider this as a basic urge against the job. In a broader term it is a negative influence that piques the stability factor. Thus, people tend to ignore it and rather choose to prolong their sustenance in an otherwise unsuitable workplace. Hate is the basic reason of detachment or separation. Other than hate, people continue in the same job for some reasons as well.
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Stability:
For the sake of stability people endure extra-working hours, tend to ignore factors like over vigilance, office politics, discrimination, etc.; because they don’t want any spot on their curriculum vitae. Especially, freshers suffer a lot because of this stability factor, as their next job hunting depends on the first job’s experience, knowledge and stability factor.

Salary:
If an employee got a good hike of salary during the job change, it is unlikely that he/she will leave the job impulsively. Because, they assume that the same salary may not be available in some other company, unless one is in great demand.

Bonding:
Without an element of bonding a human nature is impossible. As the tale of bonding springs up from home, school, college and even continues at working places, it never ceases. Many employees before leaving their current job consider the bonding or emotional attachment factor among co-workers. They tend to discuss career move with good and confident colleagues. In many cases, a working group leaves at the same time to join at one place altogether. And in the case of work-spouse, the individual tend to suffer a lot than an employee who is friend with none. A socialable person finds tough to leave job without finding another job, however with aloof and socially reclusive person case is very different, they tend to be more unstable and don’t really give much thought on others reaction. They find a ballast in being individual at all times, this trait keeps them abreast from others and they are more capable than dependent or timid employees. These kinds of people are highly envied by the lives of digital nomads, since they crave to be in their shoes.

Job stability doesn’t come straight. One must always choose an office after weighing many factors. Because hasty things becomes the cause of repent in leisure time. Even the same goes for early digital nomads or freelancers, for them making sufficient clientage is important before they take the road of location-independent work style. 

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