arrgggg... I have to have a new job Alright this is a rant, but My group is legit in asking/hoping for advice and/or past experience(s). I am a newly released grad that not too long ago got his earliest 'real' job. I having to commute hours each day (job doesn't pay enough to live in the area), and recently working - hours day (sometimes this also doesn't get everything done designed to be). Being completely about my job just isn't my biggest grievance. Its the matter my boss doesn't notice that I am functioning so hard (despite the fact everyone else does). Iwould say that that boss just doesn't want me working there, but dont like to sound as though I'm trying to find a scapegoat. Let me ask for any transfer, but I'm worried that a) I wont such as new position any better or b) my own boss will squeeze me right out of the company all together with each other. It took me months to uncover this job which was mainly due to mygreat connection and much of luck. My life presently pretty considerably sucks ass, but the truely infuriating thing is that i dont know how to go about evolving it. I'm searching for a job now, but I'm scared I shall be forced out of this job before I find a newand after that my resume will be really bad (making the job search that much more difficult). Seems like my other options are to join a cult or be a hobo. (please dont post advice on joining a cult or for a hobo... I'll ask for that when/if the amount of time comes). Thanks meant for readingSuggest Maybe try to control and lower desire for approval through the boss. This may be easier said than done, but realistiy discussing, you are paid to carry out a job and you simply do it and you are paid. You are generally at liberty to seek a better position more in keeping with your sense from dignity and worth and really should always be aware of new opportunities. Don't be afraid to inquire about within the provider too: "Them that asks gets. " In the meantime, learn as much as they can and gain as often experience as possible around the framework of your current circumstances.
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