No matter what reason you want a break from the 9-to-5, you need to prepare yourself — and your money — first.
You have your "I quit" speech down pat, but you're still not sure? See if these reasons don't convince you it's time to make the leap.
Wait! Before you give your two-week notice, make sure you're leaving for the right reasons.
Unless you're looking for a high-stress job that you'll probably leave within a few months, you should steer clear of these.
Nobody likes a quitter but knowing when to cut your losses is often the best decision you can make. Is it time to start quitting more?
Don't just take that job and shove it. Before giving notice, make sure you're prepared for whatever comes next.
Sure, we all sometimes fantasize about quitting our jobs in a grandiose display of moving on — but these people actually did!
If your job is taking more and more out of you, it may be time to find a new one. Consider these eight signs, and then consider updating your resume.
Nobody likes a quitter, but quitting some of what you're doing may be the best thing to do for your productivity — and your life. Learn why.
Persistence is important to success, but knowing when to walk away from a doomed effort is important, too. Read this to learn how to recognize when to quit.
Depending on the circumstances, leaving your job may be the best thing that's ever happened, or the worst. Either way, make the most of it!
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