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    Red face Quitting a job you hate before you find a new one?

    Has anyone here done this? Any ragrets?
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    Bruh how could anyone ever hate a job that’s in “management information systems”?
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    Originally Posted by Fatkidwholifts View Post
    Bruh how could anyone ever hate a job that’s in “management information systems”?
    That's what I studied but I'm working in finance. I hate my job and the only thing reason I don't quit is because I have a mortgage. My life sucks brah srs.
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    Been there plenty of times. Although it made perfect sense at the time (was miserable), I always regretted it cause I felt like a loser sitting at home. Definitely try to find another job first, then quit
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    Yeah, finding another job before you quit is the common advice for this.
    Funny how when you quit you have all those grand plans for things to do in your free time, but usually you just end up lying down and rotting a month and a half in.
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    That is the only way I've ever done it. Srs.

    Although I'm 33 now, so maybe won't do it that way anymore.... But also I don't have any kids, so it really doesn't matter. I can roll the dice.
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    Originally Posted by HMFIC_BROWSIN View Post
    That is the only way I've ever done it. Srs.

    Although I'm 33 now, so maybe won't do it that way anymore.... But also I don't have any kids, so it really doesn't matter. I can roll the dice.
    this lol. But probably not the best thing to do. Although most of mine were when I was in college so just dead end jobs basically.
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    Yes, I wanted to quit my job although they eventually just cut me lol. I was searching for jobs in the meantime. But I was unemployed for a month before I found a new job.

    I think it's better in a sense that you can spend on your time focusing and researching on the job that is best for you. The bad thing is that the bills and the lack of income eventually hits and you may end up being desperate rather than finding the job that is right.
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    Originally Posted by CrazySerbian View Post
    Has anyone here done this? Any ragrets?
    If money is of no concern, do it OP. It's healthy for you mentally to leave a chit workplace.

    I did it and found work soon after. Mind you, this was while I was still in college though. I wouldn't do it now since I can't afford to eat savings in California. Especially now, when the government may close down industries on the fly.
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