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Before you completely overhaul your career, you must ask yourself one simple question: What's making you unhappy in your role right now?
I quit my corporate job and bought a one-way ticket to travel the world — and the hardest part hasn’t been the language gap or the budget
After eight years in New York City, I quit my corporate job and bought a one-way ticket to travel the world.
Graduates who flock to Wall Street, Silicon Valley, and big law in search of prestige might be in for a harsh wake-up call only a few years later
Many workers quit high-paying jobs at impressive companies because prestige just doesn't feel as important as it once did.
Leaving your job doesn't have to mean destroying professional relationships. Whether you're pursuing a new opportunity or have deemed your current position the wrong fit, here's how to leave your job without burning bridges.
The 32-year-old CEO of The Muse who quit a job at McKinsey to start her own company shows there are 2 ways to launch a business — and one gives ...
The Muse, a job-search and career-advice platform, started out as a side project for CEO Kathryn Minshew and her cofounder. Minshew said she waited to quit her day job until she saw that her idea could be a viable business.
Amazon’s program for underperforming employees includes a courtroom-style videoconference with a jury of peers — and while experts agree i...
Amazon employees have expressed resentment around the "Pivot" program for underperforming employees. Some workplace experts say it's concerning that decisions about an individual's career are made by relative strangers.
Bored at work again? There's a better way to use your time besides reading the news, browsing Facebook, and glancing at the clock every other minute. Try one of these 17 tips today to boost your on-the-job happiness.
Wondering how to write a resignation letter? Here are some samples to get you started on your resignation letter, as well as expert tips on what's legally required to include.
Hope Hicks is leaving the White House — and she made a brilliant tactical choice upon resigning that anyone can emulate
White House communication director Hope Hicks has resigned. By keeping things positive, she was able to leave her job with dignity and grace.
Toni Thompson, vice president of people and talent at The Muse, says you always want to leave your employer with good memories of you and your work.