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This is the ONE clear sign that you should quit your job 14-07-2017 Claire Murrihy

© Provided by Associated News If you’re thinking of quitting your job, chances are you have already have a new job or at least know what you want to do once you quit. 

The importance of financial security is embedded into all of us and very few of us will walk that particular tightrope without a sturdy safety net below us. 

But here’s the thing, maybe we should. If you’ve been thinking of quitting your job for a while, but haven’t because you’re scared about the future, there’s one sure sign that you should. 

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If you’ve started producing bad work, it’s time to leave. 

That’s the advice of Toni Thompson, head of talent and human resources for popular careers website, The Muse.

And after 11 years working in HR, Thompson is more than qualified to comment on this type of behaviour. 

In a Facebook Live interview for Business Insider, she said if ‘you’re suddenly not doing a good job, and you’ve become a bad teammate and a bad employee because you’re so frustrated’, it’s best to move on. 

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She insists it’s better for your co-workers to have a good memory of working with you rather than letting relationships sour because you’re miserable in your job. 

So, if you’ve been on the fence about quitting for a while, now’s the time to really assess your situation and figure out what your next step should be!

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