Is this enough reason for an immediate resignation?

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  • Is this enough reason for an immediate resignation?


Answer #1 | 23/12 2013 05:28
Grant a resignation? Unless you're in the military or slavery has been legalized, why would you need permission to quit? No job is going to be without stress. If you want to change, it's a lot easier getting another job before you quit the present one.
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Answer #2 | 23/12 2013 05:45
Just read your question again. It's pretty much all you need as a reason to quit, if that's your wish.
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Answer #3 | 23/12 2013 05:52
You can resign any time you like but you need to remember that every job has stress involved and this is what employers pay you to handle. There will always be deadlines, projects, budgets, disagreeable people, etc. If you think of the most ideal job in the world - it will still have stresses to deal with. I think that you need to get some help and that may be as simple as having a friend to talk to or as complex as seeing a mental health professional. Don't quit this job or you may not be able to find another and that will add more stress to your life. If you are able to not work and have other income available then fine. Employers look at job histories closely and when they see an employee who changes jobs all the time this is a black mark against hiring you. Best wishes!
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