It is definitely becoming a regular for everyone, especially the new job seekers in the labour market to find ourselves in an environment we really don’t want to be in but certain things are probably holding us down.
It’s either we get so bored at the job, we watch closely the time as it ticks, or steadily waiting to get out of work and anticipation of the weekend with so much pleasure and delight. It is all quite understandable and can be confusing on why you do hate the job but regardless of this there are certain advantages you really should know about to ascertain why you should still stick to your job regardless of how much you hate it.
There are still some advantages if only you would give a little adjustment mentally to the situation on ground. What are these benefits?.
Assurance and guaranteed means of living and surviving during the search for job:
Regardless of how much you hate the job it is best and advisable for you to stay and continue with the job until you find something better. There would be something in the ground to sustain you and assure you of survival.
This would even make finding a job much easier and would curb your desperation from the mentality of finding anything which might not even be favorable to you. It is quite understandable that we get so pressured into leaving our current job and finding a new one, but it is wise to know that finding a job these days isn’t as easy as the word looks, recently it has been a huge tug of war to get a job and leave the unemployment region.
Long after you don’t get a job and you become idle for a while depression and frustration definitely would take advantage of this fertile platform to perch on and eventually your mental health starts to depreciate and decline.
Your decision to stay put till you get a better offer is actually a great move to give you an essence of stability and certainty which unemployment job seeking would deprive you of.
To come off the negativity that your current job gives you, take time to ruminate on what the income you get does for you, your nice weekend hangouts and the little bills it sorts out.
Luxury of time to make your research and develop:
Staying put in this job that you so much hate would give you the luxury of time to actually make research on what your future role might require and what it does not.
In some cases considering the evolving of the labour market now, for some certain roles professional certifications are becoming integral and a few relatable and accredited certifications would also be a big push at the same time so while you are working you can get certifications along the line to boost your resume and fulfill all criteria or requirements for the job.
Your presence in your current job would actually give you the opportunity to be more mindful and precise about what you really want to do, it exposes you to the certainty of having Laid down plan and developing the plan alongside working and sustaining yourself at the same time.
It enhances and develops your patience virtues, and also boosts your endurance in not so pleasant circumstances:
Long generations and centuries before now visioned and saw employment as something you ought to do and not something you should love to do. Your emotional attachment to your job was not something necessary back in previous generations.
In recent times working in three or more organizations is not even a big deal at all. Mental health stability and emotional stability have become more sought after recently. Working in this work environment you absolutely dislike would teach you how to be patient and how to cope and coexist in an environment you definitely do not have the slightest interest for, it helps you even try to give your best to the organization and only the best.
It keeps from bumping into the slightest sight of a job:
It is only human for us to wish we had something else when our current place isn’t entirely going so well with us.
At this point everything apart from what we have is much better to us and so we all get so prone to making wrong decisions in haste regarding changing your job.