Why you should not quit your job after 4 years of work.
If you are in your 30s, 40s, 50s or 60s and you are not interested in any new job, then don’t quit.
You need to do some hard work to become successful.
Here are five reasons you should stay at your current job and see it through to the end.
It’s not a ‘no-brainer’ If you want to do your job as well as you can, you have to be ready for the challenge of being a freelance writer, online video editor or digital artist.
You have to do the right things to stay successful.
A career in journalism or digital content is not the same as a career as a freelancer.
You also need to make sure you have a strong social media presence.
A successful freelancer is someone who has a social media following, has a blog, Twitter, YouTube, Flickr and Pinterest accounts.
Your business is a platform for your audience to share your content, not an audience that is there to watch.
You don’t have to give up the perks If you really love your job, you can stay at it full-time for years, even decades.
I have been in a job for 12 years, and I am still doing great.
The benefits have been amazing, but I don’t think I would have stayed at it for another 12 years if I didn’t love my job.
You are a lot more motivated if you are a freelancers and you love your work.
It doesn’t have a ‘good-bye’ option If you work a lot, you are going to lose sleep at night, get stressed and have problems with your body.
That’s not normal.
I worked at a big newspaper and that was a big problem for me.
I would not want to work at a newspaper anymore.
But there is a ‘yes-or-no’ option if you really want to get out.
If I am feeling bad and want to leave, then I don;t mind taking a year off.
I want to be happy with what I have achieved and not feel as if I am wasting my time.
If a good-bye option is available, then you need to find a good job for yourself.
Your boss doesn’t care If you have been working as a freelance editor for 10 years and your boss doesn?t care about you, you might as well give up and move on to another career.
You will lose a lot of friends, and you will probably get sicker.
Your employer cares a lot If you haven?t been working in a profession, then your employer will care a lot about you and you won?t be as successful.
The company will know you are willing to work hard for the money and get a good salary.
If they have been hiring for a long time, they may not want you to stay in the same job.
They will look for someone who is better suited to their current job.
The person who is fit will have more job opportunities.
If that person is already in another profession, they will be better suited for that job.
A good freelance editor can do well at a variety of jobs.
This is especially true if you want a different type of job than your current one.