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standard August 14, 2006 1 response

It’s not a quarter(ish) life crisis, it’s not a new mom crisis, it’s clearly a career crisis. I’ve worked at my current place of employment for four years now and I really think it’s time for a change.
For four years I really thought that by doing what I was doing I was making a difference, but now? Now that half of the staff has changed we are starting from scratch, and those four years of work are starting to seem really insignificant.
M and I have been talking a lot about my predicament. He understands why I’m feeling frustrated, and he wants me to be happy. So we have formulated a plan of sorts.
Since he has only just started working and doesn’t get health insurance at his new job I will keep working this year. (This makes me feel less like a shmuck for wanting to leave. If I left now I would really feel like I was jumping ship at the worst time.) I will take this time to figure out what I would rather be doing and taking whatever steps are necessary to make it possible. God willing I will also gestate our second child during this time. After my maternity leave we will revisit everything and decide what is best for everyone. (Please, if you know me IRL and have figured out where I work, I would appreciate it if we kept this between ourselves. Thanks…)
Having a plan, and a possible out, is helping a lot. I definitely think it’s going to help my attitude towards the day to day stuff!

As a start today I checked out the personality test on Monster. According to them, here’s who I am:

Life as an ENFP
(Extravert, Intuitive, Feeler, Perceiver)

People of this type tend to be enthusiastic, talkative and outgoing; clever, curious and playful; deeply caring, sensitive and gentle; highly innovative, creative, optimistic and unique; adaptable and resourceful but sometimes disorganized.

The most important thing to ENFPs is the freedom to see possibilities, make connections and be with a variety of people.

Ironically, the first job that they list as being perfect for me is Advertising Account Executive. This was my chosen career, but the sad sad state of the economy in the Bay Area put a halt to it. (That, and the fact that I want a life! Working 70 hour weeks isn’t my idea of a cup of tea any more, lol.)

Any advice on careers I can look into?

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  • Just found your blog from the SV moms blog. I had to leave a comment, because your career frustrations sound so close to my own right now. Ugh! I feel your pain…

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