i am decided. i am filing my resignation letter probably today or tomorrow. i am just waiting for my boss to arrive and see from there what would happen.
its been a year and half since i started working for this company and although i don't like the job at first, i was able to learn to love it simply because of the people i am working with and probably the need of having a job that would support myself.
but lately, i've noticed that i am beginning to lose my enthiusiasm for my work (probably, fed up with the same things that you do over and over again, in which there is no more space to develop), friends were also resigning and loopholes regarding the operations of the management wee beginning to be prevalent---surprisingly, it was too obvious not to be noticed. though i am not going to elaborate about the details anymore.
but if there was one thing that i have realized regarding this, it was that no matter how you love your job, if you don't see yourself developing into. eventually, you just have to drop.
it has been a long time since i've thought of resigning. but before i could pass my letter. i have been bothered by second thoughts of bills that needs to be paid: my place, my food, money etc. etc. indeed, money makes the world goes round. i was left with the option that i need to find a work first which i could fall back into once i resign. believe me i did, from that period up until now. i looked for jobs online but it seemed like most of the jobs in the philippines are just BPO or call centers related.
yes, it would give you job for advertising---but my degree is not somehow related into it. it would give you graphic artist---but i don't know how to use photoshop. though. it would show you human resource positions but its requiring atleast 2 years of experiences.
this was one of those times were you begin to regret the degree that you took, that you should have taken a degree that was being taken by the rest of the nation rather than taking something that interests or excites you. well, i still believed that passion for a subject matter during those days
its given that during these days, you don't always get the job that you want (especially if this is a managerial or supervisor position---hehehe). but its quite odd that it seemed like the only job that could be offered for you is only bpo related. unfortunately, you just have to live with it. now, as i am writing this entry, my boss just passed by. there are still hesitations that i need to overcome. but as i usually say it, change is envitable.