A job is a sure-shot way to a risk-free, stable income life. Right after graduation, you start searching for jobs, in the quest for stabilizing your life and paying monthly bills and saving up for the future. If you look around, you will see that majority of the people you know are doing the job.
But a job has its own set of drawbacks as well. While it helps you pay off your monthly expenses and allows you a better planning for the future and for your retirement, doing a job means working for someone. Doing a job means having to limit yourself to the opportunities that are given to you. Many a time you are stuck up in jobs which you detest. You have to drag yourself to the office daily but you cannot just give in to your impulse and quit it.
Quitting a job isn’t as easy as it sounds. As exciting as it may seem, it can be equally nerve-wracking. Quitting a job from a place you have known for a long time now and deciding to let go of that can be terrifying. A new place, new people and you don’t know how well will you adjust and adapt to the new environment. Before you decide to throw in the reigns, here are a few things you should remember: