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If you hate your job, keep it to yourself. Don’t volunteer lots of comments about your frustrations. Every time you voice your irritation or restlessness to a co-worker, you reinforce your unsatisfying status quo. Plus, you might gain a reputation as a burned-out malcontent. Your cynicism may drown out your talent, and that can make a bad job much worse. It’s better to talk less and act more: Quit or transfer to a position where you no longer need to complain.
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