The decision to change jobs could be a straightforward one in many cases. For instance, you may have a bad boss who micromanages or plays favorites.

Or, you may notice your mental health suffering due to the pressure you face and long hours.

In the above scenarios, the push to change jobs could be a lot stronger. After all, anything that costs your mental health is way too expensive.

However, in other cases, you could be working in a wonderful workplace.  You could have a great boss, wonderful colleagues and be part of an amazing company you are proud of.

While there might be little things that bug you, there is simply no huge push factor or reason to leave.

In such a scenario, there could be huge inertia to change roles. After all, if it ain’t broken, why fix it?

Changing jobs often involve multiple interviews; aptitude tests; take-home assignments and preparing for a panel.