Should you quit your job if you hate it ?

i have been working at McDonald's since i was 16 years old i seen ppl come and go .....this job has brought me nothing but anger just totally unhappy working there i wanna quit soo bad im 19 years old and i feel like why should i stay somewhere were im not happy and i also feel like im better than this bullshit job no offense to people who there but i just really hate it there my mom says she proud of me for not quitting cause when i first stared i wanted to quit but i sucked it up and continued working thorough high school and it was not so bad until we got new management and these people can be total a******s i never thought working there would be this bad they humiliate me and embarrass me and belittle me but i pray and suck it up ....but now its a bout to 2010 new years and im hoping for new beginnings my Best friend is negative about me quiting saying that its hard to find a job and your gonna wish you were back there ...but she has a kid and no job but i always look at the positive side of things cause that's how i was raised i wanna be a fashion merchandiser its my dream so i wanna quit my job and find a job in retail but i defiantly don't wanna keep this job and find new one i just wanna simply leave someone please help me what should i do ????

Asked By: jojo - 11/26/2009
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Life is way too short to work at a job you really hate. No one can tell you when the best time is to quit because it depends on your financial situation. Before you do anything, you really want to sit down and create a plan for yourself and your future... More
Answered By: soozycoach - 11/26/2009
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You should "always" keep your options matter what it is that you do...get some education on the side...always secretly look for another job...go to interviews...and one day another company will hire you...then you can put in your 2 weeks notice (so you can put then on your resume and he rehireable if you... More
Answered By: Minnie-X - 11/26/2009
You should definitely look for a new job, but don't quit the current one until after new years... More
Answered By: babbleon2 - 11/26/2009
I suggest starting your job search! Keep your Mcdonalds job for now and then once you get accepted to another job, quit Mcdonalds... More
Answered By: Starlight - 11/26/2009
Don't quit your job until you have a better job that you would enjoy. People are scrambling to find work these days, you truly feel blessed to have a steady job... More
Answered By: Jason C - 11/26/2009
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