Have you spent countless Sunday evenings dreading the thought of going to work on Monday?

Have you sat at your desk and stared into space as you thought about how depressed you are at work? Are you not enjoying your colleagues or just feeling disgruntled and desperate?

If you answered yes to any of the above, then chances are you are like many Americans who are bored or burned out with their jobs.

This feeling of desperation can lead to low self-esteem, unhappiness, and eventually a loss of productivity and self-worth. Before you let this ruin you, take stock of your life and take the next step on the path to career recovery.

The first thing you must determine is whether it is your job and not something else that is making you feel this way. If you find these feeling to be job-related, this might be a good time to make a list of the pros and cons of your career and your current situation.

Your list should include the following questions:

Am I living my dream?

What are my employment goals?

Am I off course?

Am I settling?

Do I have the knowledge, skills, and abilities to achieve my goals?

How can I become motivated?

Now that you have answered these questions, it is time to speak with one of the career coaching professionals at APEX Career Services. We can help you with your career-recovery plan. Please visit us at www.ApexCareerServices.com for more information.