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Best Answer LisaKoski says
Yelled at for being compassionate? Wow. Not the kind of job I would want to be at either. I can imagine the relief you felt.
I hear you! I have worked at both hospitals and nursing homes, and the neglect is what made me leave those jobs as well. I'm amazed that you had the insight at 18 to see that...a lot of younger people are not that aware. Sounds like a fun quit!
Sarah Chewings says
I wouldn't be able to do the outbound calling and deal in negative situations all day - what a drag. Good luck with your training!
That's true. Even if the jobs sucks, you still feel awkward, weird, fearful of leaving it. I was saying to my husband that the feeling just means change is coming, and that's a good thing!
Relationshipc, I changed jobs 9 times and I thought that was a lot until I saw Billybuc's profile that says he had changed 26 jobs before he finally retired!!!
Wow. Well, my husband is right on Billy's trail.
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Poon Poi Ming says
My mother could answer no. She went to college to become an x-ray technician and didn't work before then and she has never quit her job. Plus some people get let go instead of quit - I know I've been there. So it's not THAT rare. :)
I feel a connection to you - I've quit 3 daycare/kennels and 1 pet food store. :) I agree, quitting allows you to dump built up stress and move on to something better. It's hard to see anything past the stress or anger when you are at a job you hate.
It's nice to have another job lined up, especially when it is a step up. It makes it easier to give your notice for sure.
Rachna Rai says
That's a great reason to quit your job!