Five Questions Before You Quit

Five Questions Before You Quit

I think this article offers a relatable five-point list of questions to ask yourself before you decide to quit something.

I have decided to quit my job.  I am telling the store owner I don’t have time to work for him and go to school anymore, which is true.  I think it has taken me this long to quit because most of my socializing was done there when I wasn’t in school, and I prefer the idea of job and monetary security.  Also, it looks like I have a new job lined up for the summer, if I decide to take it.  I would be a camera operator and either a clerk or video editor.  Even if I decide to move and not continue my communications degree, I think it would be a good opportunity for me to learn about a different business and earn money to pay bills and add to my moving money nest egg.


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