You Might Experience This Potentially Career-Ruining Symptom After Quitting

73% of people working are actively thinking about quitting. 

The Great Resignation is still in full force, yet discussions are still centered on why these workers are quitting and how employers are left scrambling. 

But what about what happens to employees after they decide to resign and get a new job? 

82% of people who quit and start a new job admit to feeling imposter syndrome within their first few weeks. That’s a lot of new employees who are all experiencing one doubtful, potentially career-ruining symptom. 

Imposter syndrome encompasses feelings of self-doubt and fraudulence. Someone experiencing imposter syndrome may: 

– Lack self-     confidence – Feel anxious      about their work – Doubt their      capabilities – Engage in      negative self-talk – Believe they’re a      fraud