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When You Feel Trapped in Your Work

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Even at a time like this, when most employed people (lawyers and others) are happy to have a job, we recurrently meet lawyers who feel suffocated and stuck in work settings that we have come to refer to as “toxic.” It is crucial, in such circumstances, to work toward a plan of escape, whether that is ultimately by way of leaving the job, effecting changes on the job, or finding better ways to cope, internally, with the situation….. [For the full blog, originally posted 9/30/11, click here.]

CATEGORIES: Career & Practice Concerns

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