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10 signs you need a new job -- fast

GOBankingRates Logo By Gabrielle Olya of GOBankingRates | Slide 2 of 11: “A key sign that you need a new job is when you are not being recognized and valued for your unique strengths, talents, passions and virtues,” said Sarah McVanel, a speaker, coach and founder of Greatness Magnified. “At the extreme, it’s when you are being criticized or unsupported.”If this is the case, you’re best off leaving your job for another employer that values you or working for yourself. To mitigate feeling down about the lack of recognition at your current job during your search for a new one, McVanel said you should “showcase your greatness by serving others.”“Write LinkedIn posts, do live videos, contribute as a guest blogger or podcaster or do some freelance work. Showcase your talents and expertise, both to those who will hire you and to remind yourself of your value,” she said.

You're Not Being Recognized for Your Strengths

“A key sign that you need a new job is when you are not being recognized and valued for your unique strengths, talents, passions and virtues,” said Sarah McVanel, a speaker, coach and founder of Greatness Magnified. “At the extreme, it’s when you are being criticized or unsupported.”

If this is the case, you’re best off leaving your job for another employer that values you or working for yourself. To mitigate feeling down about the lack of recognition at your current job during your search for a new one, McVanel said you should “showcase your greatness by serving others.”

“Write LinkedIn posts, do live videos, contribute as a guest blogger or podcaster or do some freelance work. Showcase your talents and expertise, both to those who will hire you and to remind yourself of your value,” she said.

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