Should I stick with my gut?


I have a job as a host at BJ’s Restaraunt. The truth is I hate my job as a host. It’s like slavery work! the mananger expect me to be happy all the damn time and its getting so annoying. And plus I get paid less. They don’t want to accept that I want to have weekend shifts off. The commute is the problem when it comes. Why am I wasting my time. I am just ready to quit. I have been working there for 3 months. I have been telling my job coach that I want to find another job but It’s not worth giving a 2 week notice

What should I do?
Do what others tell

Stick with my guts?

I want honest rude comments thanks :)

Category: asked August 27, 2014

4 Answers

Look for another job and once you start getting offers on new jobs quit your current one. A job can suck sometimes but jut try to make it through a few more weeks, and look for more jobs in the meantime. Before you know it you'll be out of there and doing something suited better for yourself
I agree with DJ... Life is precious.. Ad it's worth investing time to find work that u really love to do... But still no rush decision quitting. And also if u really wanna quit. It's good to still give 2 weeks notice. It's a good/fair thing to do. And that will bring good karma. Ciao :)
Maybe you could ask for another position at the restaurant that doesn't demand you to stand in the front with a fake smile plastered to your face. If you dont like working at the restaraunt as a whole then you should look for another job in secret, and once you've got a few possibiities lined up you can send in your 2 week notice to BJ's.
There are a lot of great job boards out there. Networking is also key to getting into a good company. Definitely go for something you are passionate about. If you are not sure what that is, they have online tests you can take to help you determine what jobs fit your personality.

If you are not happy, you need to find another job. But, do not put in notice until you have an actual offer. I prefer to wait until I have a written offer. If you do what you love, you might not mind making less. Also, definitely try to find something closer. Gas prices are way to high to be making long commutes. Again, I would not quit until you have something else lined up.

Here's the site to help you see what careers fit you:

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