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    My job is making me sick
    An_252592 posted:
    I am stressed out because of my job. It is in the loan area. I have been in the loan area for about 15 years, but changed companies about two years ago. I did my job well at the old company, but from day one seems like I can't do anything right. Every loan that I touch I get a call back about something being wrong. I cannot explain why this is happening. I know everyday that I send something up I will get a call back and I always do . I am sick every night before I have to go back to work, I really do not know what to do.,
    Mom5974 responded:
    Maybe it is a toxic environment, or maybe it is simply a bad fit. Look to move on. There are other options.

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