9 Ways You Know It’s Time to Quit Your Job

There’s nothing worse than sticking it out at a job that’s just not doing it for you. Whether you feel trapped in your role, aren’t getting along with a manager, or feel like you aren’t being compensated fairly, powering through …

PayScale’s VIP Blog Roundup: How to Quit Your Job, Become a Social Introvert, and Change Your Attitude

One of the toughest things about life, both personally and professionally, is that there's only so much you can control. You can't change your nature, for example, and become wildly extroverted if you're someone who draws her energy from within, and you can't necessarily make a bad job into a good one. You can, however, learn to make things better by cultivating certain skills and improving your attitude. And sometimes, you can quit your job and go on to another one -- if you go about things the right way.