Is there anything called as Dead end Career?

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Feb 14 in Career Counselling by Rishikesh Ankit
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Yes, there are jobs that makes you feel like you are stuck at a dead end in your career.

Following are the signs:-

  1. There is no change in routine
  2. Your skills are not being utilized
  3. You have lost interest in knowing your goals
  4. You are ignoring your career plans
  5. You are not treated well by your managers
  6. You don't face challenges.
  7. Your opinions doesn't matter
  8. Your boss wont give you time of day.
  9. No change in pay or tittle
  10. You lack motivation and enthusiasm
  11. Your attemps to change jobs are not giving you results.
  12. Your value to the firm is not aligned.

answered Feb 14 by Sahil
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Apparently one may feel he or she is at the verge of his career because of certain prevailing conditions. There may be situations where we might not be witnessing any sort of growth ( monetary as well as personal terms). This might be due a monotonous work schedule or rather our lack of interest in the particular work. But practically we can come over this situation with a good strategy and analysis of what went wrong. May be one could switch jobs or places or change the normal ways of doing things. Basically change is the only constant which can keep you going .
answered Feb 27 by Kriti kiran
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there is no such thing, you can always do something
answered Feb 27 by Saddam
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Not experiencing any passion or feeling challenged in what you do in your job on a daily basis, this can make your job performance suffer and it could require additional time for something to be completed because of a lack of motivation.
It you feel same,then yes.
answered Feb 27 by Uttam
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Yeah! The day you stop learning is end of your career.
answered Feb 27 by Pratosh Kumar
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According to me 9-5 monotonous routines desk job is as similar to "Dead end career". There is no change and nothing novel about it.
Again it's my opinion and it may vary. Didn't mean to offend anyone!!
answered Feb 27 by anonymous
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Dead-end career means no more progress in career development. So if you stop learning and do not brush up your skills, that'll take you to dead-end career or sometimes termination from a job.
answered Feb 27 by Ravi Prabhat
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Never quit making efforts for betterment in whatever way possible and if this is the strategy followed there is probably no dead end career (only good and bad choices).
answered Feb 27 by Aman atulya
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Career should be an upward graph. The minute you stop growing or learning, you should get cautious.
answered Mar 11 by Kim

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