Quitting Time: How Do You Know When Its Time To Quit Your Job

Written by Scott Brown


Nobody likes his or her job allrepparttar time. Even if you have landed your dream job or work for yourself in your dream career, there are pros and cons to every situation. Every now and then you might feel like everything is going wrong and you donít know what to do. But does that mean its time to quit your job? Probably not. However, if this happens more often than not, it might be time to start looking for something better. With so much going on in our lives, sometimes itís difficult to separate work stress from home stress and home stress from other personal stress. Your job wonít always bring you joy, but if itís always bringing you grief, you might want to think about leaving. This weekís job tip is about knowing when and when not to make that leap.

Should I Stay or Should I Go?

You know you have a serious decision to make, but that doesnít make it any easier. Quitting your job can be a very personal decision, but if youíre having trouble deciding, there are a few things to keep in mind. Here are some signs that itís probably time to go elsewhere:

-Youíre not being appreciated: * If your boss is gradually giving you fewer and fewer responsibilities * Youíre kept out ofrepparttar 148732 loop Ė i.e. not invited to meetings, not told whatís going on untilrepparttar 148733 last minute (or not at all)

Petite Modeling is There a Career for You?

Written by Jennifer Parker


Petite modeling is a tough industry to break into. Especially since most modeling agencies won't represent models unless they're 5 feet and 9 inches tall or taller. Have you had people tell you're cute? Do you hear allrepparttar time "you should be a model"? But you just don't qualify forrepparttar 148252 strict standards that most modeling angencies have?

Rest assured there is a career out there forrepparttar 148253 petite model. There is work inrepparttar 148254 worlds ofrepparttar 148255 fashion, commercial, editorial and many other industries forrepparttar 148256 less 5 feet 9 inch models. There is even work for models as short as 5 feet tall.

Most ofrepparttar 148257 work inrepparttar 148258 petite modeling industry involves close up pictures ofrepparttar 148259 face, hands, feet or other body parts instead ofrepparttar 148260 body as a whole. The fashion modeling industry is very body focused, that is why they have such stringent height requirements for their models.

As a petite or avearage size model you would probably not be working much inrepparttar 148261 fashion industry so bodily imperfections and height are not usually factors. Evan a fairly average looking person can be very successful in this industry if they are willing to work hard, getrepparttar 148262 job done and show clients they are easy to work with.

So how do you get in to this specialized segment ofrepparttar 148263 modeling market?

First, rememberrepparttar 148264 focus in this market is very much onrepparttar 148265 face rather thanrepparttar 148266 figure. To make it in this market you need to have nice skin, a good bone structure, good teeth, and be cute. Most of your success will also be based onrepparttar 148267 look that is "in" atrepparttar 148268 moment.

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