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Over a lifetime, we will spend an average of 90,000 hours on the job. How great would it be to feel excited about going to work? To feel challenged, interested and even engaged? Engagement is the new standard, yet according to the brilliant people at Gallup Inc., only a measly 30% of us are actually engaged and inspired at work while 50% are just present and not inspired and a full 20% of us are actively disengaged.

So, if you are experiencing some “professional pain” at the moment, at least you are not alone. Admitting where you are currently can pave the way to a fresh outlook on your work and from that place you can make bigger decisions—if necessary.

Rate Your Pain Quiz

Stress levels are usually pretty high by the time most people come to a career coach for help. The first order of business is to move from a general to a specific understanding of what your current state is. Instead of saying, “I can’t do this anymore,” or “This is miserable,” try to be more specific about what is going on. Rate yourself in the following areas on a pain scale from 1-5 (1 not like me at all-5 very descriptive of me):


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