Tips for Quitting Your Job

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Quitting a job is never easy. As for most of the cases, it could be a tricky preposition. According to the survey statistics of the Bureau of Labor, the IT unemployment rate is estimated to be roughly around 3.3%. However, as a matter of fact, it requires courage, direction and confidence. The key points of a successful departure are dignity, reputation and strong contacts. The key question is how to get there from here? Thus, we bring you some handy tips to ensure a smooth transition from the current company to a prospective one.
 
Know yourself
 
The founder of a leading company offering lifecycle management and personal branding services puts it like, “Even if the situation at the old job is bleak, take some time to reflect on the great experiences you had during your time there." It should include the opportunities that came your way assisting you for advancement, professional development and leading high profile projects. It should also encompass the network of friends and colleagues you availed the chance to develop and promote. It is vital as it will always be a help in the future for searching jobs as you progress through your career. 
 
A key word of advice would be to stay honest with yourself while you introspect the reasons for quitting. Just flying high on tantrums and putting it like the job is terrible, sucking up to you, isn’t going to help anyways. Think hard about your decisions and if possible. Make efforts to remove the emotion equations. An in-depth and comprehensive perspective of the same would be a great aid in taking the right and the most suitable step. 
 
Delivering the news
 
Planning on your future is the answer to this question. If you lack a position or future abode, then stop and wait. You understand your company’s culture best. While some maybe fine with your on job searching trivia, others may not approve it and wish you resignation to consider your candidature. The best time to drop the bomb is when you are done with the planning altogether. Planning will make the transition period less stressful and painstaking. 
 
Well, as one goes by the general office etiquettes, one should approach manager personally and discuss with him the advancements. Furthermore, one should be prepared with resignation letter before making any official announcements. Do your best to remain positive and keeping it optimistic in every possible way. 
 
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Nisha Thakur has 26 articles online

Nisha Thakur is a career and employment consultant helping fresh graduates and students with their career management.

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This article was published on 2013/10/19