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Posted by: theo | 2010/02/03

so demotivated... cant do a thing

hi all

i have been working for this rather huge company since 2008 - i am still a contractor. for the past 2 years i have worked my ar...sse off... still no permanent appointment... i am so gatvol, but because i need the money i can' t really just leave. Now i just come to work and sit and chat on the phone the whole day... i am tired of this!!!!

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Our expert says:
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Well, congratulations on having the character to find this situation annoying - for far too many people it would be their dream come true ! Do they have permanent appointments they are not offering to you ? Or are they in this economy, not hiring anyone else, either, on a full-time basis ? Any chance of using this situation to hunt for a more satisfying and sustaining job ?

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Posted by: Maria | 2010/02/04

Theo you could also be depressed, that' s a major reason for feeling demotivated. Do you experience any of the following:
- feeling agry or sad for no reason
- feeling worthless
- not enjoying activities that you used to enjoy
- sleeping significantly more or less than you used to

See a psychologist or at least your gp for an assessment.

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Posted by: Theo | 2010/02/03

thanks Kim, it' s frustrating,,, every morning i need to convince myself to get out of bed.

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Posted by: Kim | 2010/02/03

lol! Sit on your-|-all day and chat on the phone, sounds nice, you forgot the internet browsing too.
Why don' t you speak to HR about it?
Good Luck for your future though

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Posted by: cybershrink | 2010/02/03

Well, congratulations on having the character to find this situation annoying - for far too many people it would be their dream come true ! Do they have permanent appointments they are not offering to you ? Or are they in this economy, not hiring anyone else, either, on a full-time basis ? Any chance of using this situation to hunt for a more satisfying and sustaining job ?

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