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4 Criteria for Evaluating Your Job

job evaluation criteria

Job mobility is something that happens at least once in a person's life. You might be interviewing for various positions now or maybe looking to make the next career move within your firm or outside your firm. Perhaps, you feel stuck at your job and want to take action. Regardless of whether you are actively or passively making moves for a job switch, it is important to do some evaluation. Here are some questions you need to answer to help you in making the best decision for your next career move:


 

1. How challenging is this job or position? 

Do not look for a job that is just safe and comfortable because that is a recipe for disappointment and failure. Ask yourself whether this position will teach you what is needed to rise to the occasion. Whenever you put yourself in a position to be challenged you are creating opportunities for yourself. Challenges make a person evolve and build a stronger persona. A job that doesn't challenge you will limit your ability to learn and transcend. Human beings need to be challenged in order to build thicker skin.
 

2. Any room for professional growth? 

Before you make that move, stop and check if any room exists for professional growth. Make sure the job has career development plan and some form of advancement plan that matches what you are looking for. Do not focus on the current role. Instead, target jobs that prepare you for the next role and help you build useful skills as well as support your development.




3. Do I like the people? 

The people you are surrounded by affect your success. So it will be paramount to weigh the quality of people you will be spending a huge chunk of your day with. The team you work will have an impact on how far you go. Evaluate the possible relationships you can build with the people on and off site. Do the people seem fun? Do they challenge you? Do they help you learn? Do they share some things in common? 
 

4. Is the compensation Fair?

No one likes being underpaid and most people do not want to work for free. Compensation is not just the cash you get, it includes everything that comes with the cash. Your compensation package affects your attitude at work and life outside of work. 


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