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ever changing job duties

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The change is not subtle nor is to progress. It's a drastic 180 degree abrupt change without a say. I've had 3-4 changes in the past year. I guess I'm just not use to this since my previous jobs would only change duties to move forward. 

Onto another drastic change this week. It is a pile of 2000 pages per month. This time, I politely told them that I decline the new duties because I honestly don't have the required skills and experience. I tried it for a couple days but I don't understand it, They said that department needs help. Still, I told them I don't have the schooling to do the work. 
So I decided to give it one week of feeling lost all day, then it would be time to find something else before I'm fired. Any advice, please?
asked Jan 9 in Career by miryea (760 points)

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If you are not able to do the job, and they are not very flexible, then yes, you may want to consider finding a more suitable job.


"Imagine a world where we are all enlightened by objective truths rather than offended by them"

answered Jan 10 by lavender (719,210 points)


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