CUNY — When you want to get back to your daily routine, you have to get on with your life.
It can be stressful when your life is on hold.
But sometimes, you can lose your job.
This article is part of a series that will help you navigate the complexities of a job and find the right fit.
The most common reasons people lose their jobs are:A company moves to a different cityThe business is sold to a competitorWhen the employer decides to retireThe employee leaves because of a health condition, illness, or accidentA person with a disability is moved to a more convenient locationThe company makes significant investments in its employeesWhen you’re considering your next career, make sure you’re taking into account your job responsibilities.
If you are leaving the business for a new position, ask yourself:Is this the best fit for me?
Will my family feel the same way?
The best thing you can do is be honest and ask yourself, “Is this what I want to do?”
If you answer no, you may need to consider other options.
As an added bonus, there are some good reasons to stay with your current employer for longer than you planned.
There are also reasons to move to a new location.
You can find out more about the different options for staying at your current company.
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