What keeps YOU from quiting?

Is it that you’re already in too deep and all you have now is call center experience? Is it the pay (not bad but definitely not the reason I stay)? Is it the flexibility that comes with this type of work like the ability to easily work from home? Is it for the great training program (mine was absolute trash, a joke of a trainer (throw you in the water and expect you to swim with a blindfold on). Is the for the benefits (mine has a good match and company wide bonus at the end of year). Is it the opportunity for growth since the turnover is super high and positions always open? Is it the coworkers? (Most are amazing and helpful people). I keep asking myself this question every time I have a shift and the more I think about it the more I wonder why I don’t just quit. I know it will be incredibly time consuming and stressful to look for other jobs that are not in a call center for the same pay but sometimes I just can’t take it anymore. I hear some of my friends complain about their jobs being stressful and I just wanna scream, “You have no idea how bad it gets at times. You wanna talk about stress, work a week at my call center and then decide who has the worse job!” I know a lot of people typically say they’ll have a breakdown and cry after some calls but I do the opposite and rage out, wanting to punch or kick something immediately. (The reason why I now keep a grip strengthener next to me lol). I’m curious what keeps you all from quiting. Because it’s getting harder and harder for me to take the job seriously. Almost want them to fire me at this point so they can make the tough decision for me.

What do you think?

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What’s up with the passive aggressiveness?

Does it get any easier?