Accept changes in role or jump ship?

If you role within your company is changing in a way less to your liking, are you accepting those changes or opting to jump ship? In the development space and a lot of projects not going great, mostly attributed to just bad management by higher ups and overinflated expectations at my shop. Currently, being asked to take on property management, not asset management. Not on board for that as I still have to keep up with what's already on my plate and now deal with additional administrative work for property management.

I'm getting so frustrated at this point because while management has praised me there's been no true face value on any of that. No bonuses, no raises, nothing extra, keep getting sold short. Granted, i do understand the market and lots of shops are letting people go because of that. I really want to quit but i'm torn if it'd be wiser to stick it out and hold onto my job? Taking time off between jobs wouldn't be a bad thing because i've felt so mentally shot by continually dealing with big problems at work that don't get fixed or just get worst. Thoughts? Ideas? Recommendations here?

 

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