No willingness to learn

 I found out what my problem is finally. I’m dreading to work every single day. And I realized what my problem is. I have no willingness to learn. All of what I’m doing at work. I feel like it’s all meaningless.

I don’t want a job, I want a life. I hope that doesn’t make me sound like a spoiled brat, but that’s just how I feel. I’m sorry if it offended anyone, it’s absolutely not my intention.

Anyways.. I’ve been going back and forth about resigning. Every day I’m changing my resignation letter’s date. And I’m 3 months into this accounts receivable associate job and it’s so mind-numbing, I can’t see myself doing this for another day… Let alone another 25 years or so idk.

I think the reason why I’m also kinda reluctant to quit is due to the fact that the job market is tough. I’ve been applying to different jobs now but haven’t even heard back from any one of them. But this job is costing my mental health and I know I have to do something about it too.

Please help me out. Please advice. Thank you in advance.


Focus on improving the work-life divide. Even if you aren't "working" when off, thinking about it 24/7 doesn't give you the rest you need. Go for walks. Schedule time with friends. Find or reinvest in a hobby. While I definitely don't think you should stay, in the meantime, put things into your routine that will help you learn to compartmentalize work into its hours.

I've found it's hard to get excited about a new job and deal with those opportunities new challenges if your soul is still sucked dry from the last one. Even the best jobs have moments where you want to get up and leave.

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