And, unfortunately, universities do not teach coping mechanisms to deal with days / weeks / months that can turn into long years. Let's take a look at some of the reasons why you might decide to quit your beloved IT career.
Never let anyone tell you that an IT career is easy. It is a rare occasion when someone has an IT job and there is no stress. Remember: IT is disaster management. When a customer or user calls you, it is almost always an emergency that must be resolved immediately. And, when you're working in that area, it's best to be all right, as a failure can cost you a contract or a job. What makes this worse is the fact that stress rarely decreases. Every minute of the day you will be working harder and harder than you might expect. Tired of the work routine?
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If you want a job from Monday to Friday, from 9 am to 5 am, look elsewhere - TI seems to be a job that accompanies you 24/7. Professionally, on average you not only add more hours in the office (or in the field), but you also have to work outside the office to keep your skills up to date and make sure you are better off than other guys around you. Anyone who is not your customer or user (friends and family, for example), will want to take advantage of your knowledge and keep their computers running for free.
3- Get paid
If you are hired as a freelancer, one of the most stressful issues you face is getting paid. I can't say how many consultants I know who had to make threats or hire a lawyer to get paid. And when you work for an account, if you don't get paid you don't eat. This causes too much stress. You don't have the advantage of having that check deposited regularly once a week or every 15 days.