advertisement advertisement advertisement According to research by The Conference Board, 52.3% of Americans are unhappy at work. This is significant, considering that about three decades ago the percentage of people unhappy at work was just 39.9%. Research from Gallup also shows that a whopping 51% of the U.S. workforce are unengaged. advertisement advertisement As 2017 is coming to an end, especially if you're not satisfied with your current job, it might be a good idea to perform a career audit. Here are some areas to look at when conducting a career audit: 1. Review Your Roles One of the sources of dissatisfaction and unhappiness that most people have with their work has to do with the role they find themselves in. The very first thing you should audit is your role in your current job, and how you feel that affected you and your career opportunities in 2017. Could anything be done about it in 2018? Most people tend to think work roles are set in stone. That's not the case. Instead, depending on several factors, you can easily negotiate a better role for yourself . 2. Review Your Current Work Arrangement Another area of your work that needs an… Read full this story
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