Careers in veterinary medicine can be rewarding, but sometimes your job stops being the right fit. In this video from DVM360.com, Dr. Andy Roark covers 5 signs that it might be time to quit your job.

1. You dread being there.

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2. You’re not developing in your career.

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3. Your conversations outside of work are about how bad work is.

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4. You’re showing physical signs of stress.

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5. You forgot why you got into this work.

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Can you relate to these feelings?

If the situations above seem familiar, it may be time to get a new job. However, they are also potential signs of depression or burnout.

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For more information on burnout, please visit DVM360.com/burnout. Always remember to take care of yourself!

You can view this video in full (along with other Dr. Andy Roark videos) over on DVM360.com.


Danielle K. Lambert Archer headshotDanielle is a veterinary practice manager and the founder of SnoutSchool.com, a website dedicated to teaching veterinary hospitals to use social media effectively. You can get her 5 favorite social media tools here, or follow her on social media to see excessive photos of her Brussels Griffon. She’s @DanielleSnout on Snapchat, Instagram & Twitter.

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