To quit or not to quit?
Leaving your day job for whatever reason is a big and complicated decision to make for any professional. Employees are often motivated by the prospect of more money, or new challenges that may be available at a different company. There’s no exact science to making your exit a smart move, however BBC has put together a useful flowchart infographic to help you in this process, based on the latest statistics and research.
According to the figures, 69 percent of workers are either seeking a new job or are open to a new opportunity, while 88 percent of this group is motivated by reasons other than a higher salary. The chart begins with a few simple questions posed to the jobseeker asking them to explain why exactly they want to leave. It then directs the reader to a series of follow up questions that weigh the pros and cons in the situation and then offers a final suggestion on whether to leave or stay, depending on the answers given.
To make the right decision on when to quit your job check out the infographic below (via BBC):