December 1, 2022

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I want to quit because I am not good at my job

Despite being busy and so close to losing my mind, my accomplishments are lacking. In addition to that, I am  treated like a disposable person. With that being said, I wonder why I have not been improving despite doing this job for 5 years. As I became self-conscious, I decided on my own to leave the job. What am I even doing, living a life where I do not improve. Just being bored to death. Sigh..I think it is better to just quit, if one is incapable of doing the job.

 

 

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Comments

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                                                  Try to change the department ( field).

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                                                  5 years man…what can one add to that.Just try to find another job.

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                                                  I was like this in my 20s, because I felt like the job didn’t fit well with me. Notwithstanding, seeing that you stuck at the job for 5 years, you really put up with it. Additionally, since you are going to receive severance pay, rest for a while and try to figure out what type of work you would like to do. *patting*.

Korean vocabulary

  • 그만두다 : stop
  • 정신없이 : frantically, hectically
  • 실적 :actual results, accomplishment
  • 미달 : shortage, deficiency, shortfall
  • 쓸모없다 : useless, unworthy, unusable
  • 취급 받는 : to be treated like a second-class citizen
  • 점점 : gradually
  • 나아지다 : improve, enhance
  • 눈치 보이다 : self-conscious
  • 스스로 : by oneself, for oneself
  • 삶 : life
  • 지겨워 죽겠어요 : be tired, be exhausted, bored to death
  • 취업  : getting a job
  • 타지 : other areas, other regions
  • 신물나 죽겠어! : sick to death of
  • 등을 떠밀다 : push someone’s back, put pressure (on sb) (to do sth)
  • 마지못하다 ; being compelled to, being forced to
  • 버티다 : bear, endure, put up with
  • 퇴직금: severance pay, retirement allowance
  • 토닥토닥 : patting, tapping

End notes

Yall I am also learning Korean, so bear with me regarding the translations. I am translating as I understand and not literally.  

 

References

Naver Korean English Dictionary

Nate Pann

Not 100% sure of this sentence’s translation.