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Why do you want to leave your company within six months of joining?

Last Updated on January 8, 2022 by Admin

You are wandering here and there to look for any new job opportunity. You might have come across your friends, relatives, or any of your acquaintances, or this might have happened with you too, that after joining a company you feel depressed and devastated and want to leave your current organization as early as possible, you are not happy in your job at all. We tried to find some answers to why do you want to leave your company within six months of joining?

This is a grave issue these days a lot of people are facing and complaining. Why is this happening? When you are jobless, you want a job, whatever the company’s profile and pay packages they offer, because you want to make your space in the job market.

I have seen many people don’t even read the job description, or they don’t even ask in the interview what their work profile would be. Sometimes companies also do not reveal all about the job profile. Once you are on board, you are surprised that you need to perform the tasks you never imagined in your wildest dream or different from what the job profile company promised or the work conditions for which you are not prepared or comfortable.

Few people are meant to be adaptable to variations but not all; because they don’t want to fight with the situation, they want their share of money at the month’s end, that’s it. But for those who want to make their career for them, this situation is tough to face.

They have invested so many years and their parent’s hard-earned money not to get this type of job profile, and so to come out of this situation, they start with the strenuous process of job searching.

If you find yourself in the same situation, get out of it; otherwise, you will spoil your future career. There are many reasons why someone wants to leave their company only after joining 2-3 month, following are the few reasons We have found. there might be other reasons also,

* The Financial problem, as you might not get paid adequately or underpaid.

* Family and peer pressure

*Ignorant or not well informed about the job profile and company
culture.

* Location constraints.

* Not getting salary on time and what was promised.

* Company leave policy

*No scope for future growth.

So the question is how to avoid this type of situation?

If you want to make your career, you need to be firm and don’t compromise on the job front, don’t join a company that is not giving you a promising career, go through the job description as all the information related to the job responsibilities are mentioned there.

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asked as many questions you can in the interview to clear your doubts, research about the company, find out the company employees and take their reviews before making a decision, don’t join the company only  because of pay packages,

Ask yourself these questions,

What is there for me to explore my career?

Why should I join this particular company?

What value addition or experience would I gain?

What are the future opportunities for me?

Is this the type of company which I dreamed about?

I think after answering these questions, you will make a better decision.

If you plan and search properly, you will find your dream job on your terms, but you need to be
patient and well informed about your field of work and the job market.

It would be best if you were equipped with all the tools needed to fight your battle in the job market. Narrow down your vision from 180 degrees to 90 degrees so that you should be focused in only one direction. Please don’t get distracted by what others have chosen or what they are doing; focus on your target. It would be best if you were like a racing horse; you cannot stop in-between the race and entirely focus on your target.

Best Luck…!

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