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New Year, New Job: How To Decide If You Should Jump

A psychology checklist to help.

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“I’m completely over my job,” my client said.

Nearly two years of pandemic-related disruption, working on the kitchen table — an arm’s length from the temptations of the fridge — endless Zoom calls and minimal social contact, had taken their toll.




Practical psychology for everyday life. Owned/Edited by clinical psychologist and writer Karen Nimmo.

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Karen Nimmo

Karen Nimmo

Clinical psychologist, writer. Editor of On the Couch: Practical psychology for everyday life. karen@onthecouch.co.nz

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