Post # 1
ive only been working a week and i already hate my new job, i dont normally ever give up on anything. But this new job has completely ruined my happiness, i dont even want to go in tommorow, i obviously cant quit cause i have bills to pay. But my only other option is for them to forcefully transfer me back into my old location, which comes with having to go back to a job i semi hated, but was fairly happy and having to deal with my old coworkers giving me crap. ugh, has anyone been in this situation before, i really need some encouraging words and wisdom here.
Post # 2
Not much help with either relating to what you are experiencing or hating the job, but I wanted to stop by to give an *INTERNET HUG*.
Post # 3
I hear ya, been there too. Look for a new job. In the meantime dig really deep to find motivation to go in, even its just the paycheck or that the vending machine snacks are half decent. Being moppy with only make you more miserable in the long run
Post # 4
I have been, and still am there. After I graduated in spring 2014, I was lucky and got a job a week out of school. Not the best paying to start but promising future, benefits after 3 months, your basic 9-5 office job.
Prior to, I worked in customer service for nearly 10 years, so I was always around people and talking. Needless to say, after my first week of pure quiet for 8 hours (people put their headphones on and worked in their cubicles alone), I was ready to leave. It was horrible, and I started to apply for jobs right away. I got in 100 a week some weeks. On my 1,512 job application (9 months later…), I got the job where I currently am. It’s slightly better than before, but still not great. Some days I am yelled at, I work alone in my own office, and my job is contract work, so my future depends on how well the company does, etc.
I’ve learned to take everything one day at a time though. And if you want change, make it happen. Wake up going into work knowing it’s a day closer to when you can leave. Go out there and apply to every job or company you want, even if they are not hiring. Make it a habit to do that weekly. That is what got me through those 9 months. Hope, knowing there has to be something better out there.