Apr 25, 2016 10:01 AM EDT

'Game of Thrones' Season 6 Shouldn't Be Taken As Work Advice Source By Employees

By Jane Reed

With "Game of Thrones" starting up its sixth season, fans are treated to another sighting of Jon Snow and the rest of the crew. But the HBO television series doesn't just talk about murder and magic. It also talks about debts, employment and inheritance. According to the Market Watch, "Game of Thrones" season 6 and its previous seasons holds characters that are in deep personal, employment and financial troubles.

Will the Lannisters and Starks be able to reign in their woes? Season 6 holds the clues but for now, here are a couple of reasons why you shouldn't take employment advice from"Game of Thrones."

1. If you're thinking about switching jobs, know that there are perils along the way. Jon Snow found out that his job as Lord Commander was bad for his health and when he was offered by Stannis Baratheon to join his army, he turned it down because he was loyal to the Night's Watch. That decision, as well as a few disgruntled employees, may have led Snow to join the ranks of the 13 Americans who die every day on the job. Look what happened to Jon Snow. Now, changing careers can be stressful but it pays off. JobsNHire recently reported that quitting your job could be the best decision you'll ever make because job-switchers receive higher salary on their next post.

2. Dealing with a Tough boss like Jaqen H'ghar? Arya Stark was blinded by him because she failed to follow the rules. Your boss may not blind you for going against instructions but it's not a good idea to go against authority. Dealing with difficult bosses can be tricky and is always a work in progress. So, it's never a good idea to run around the village with a sword.

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