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Do you remember when you were excited to go to work? Chances are it wasn't that long ago. Sure, your job pays reasonably well and you're probably not very inclined to go and search for another position now that people have begun stoking fears of another market crash.
Be that as it may, perhaps you should consider looking for greener pastures. If you've been making excuses to stay, do yourself a favor and keep an eye out for these telltale signs that you should start looking for another firm.
The practice of law is a service. Since laws are always changing, you'll probably always be learning all the time. If your job isn't giving you opportunities to learn, then why stay? Remember, don't confuse hectic stress with challenge. A challenging learning environment is stimulating and pleasant. Pointless stress isn't.
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