Linked Questions

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How do I resign gracefully from a professional job?

This question is intended to be a canonical question, see Make that answer a canonical answer to "how to quit gracefully in a professional way" I am currently working in a full time ...
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Company is using me System Analyst and Database Administrator, but I signed up here for development

At first I signed into this company because job title is developer. Actually it just want some one who can be SA and DBA in one. Since right now I am reading legacy PHP code and it is very poor. Also ...
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5answers
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Forced to move to the new Company [closed]

I worked at company A (banking company) as an IT Developer in developing internal company applications. However due to government regulations, banking companies are prohibited from developing internal ...
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4answers
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New employer keeps changing contract details [closed]

I have just been offered a job and I accepted it on the spot. Here’s the problem, when I applied initially they were offering a full-time contract with a certain pay but after being hired I was told ...
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2answers
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How to quit your job in germany [duplicate]

I work in Germany at a tech company, a couple of months ago my boss decided I don't do well and gave me an improvement plan where they can fire me if I don't do better after some time. This decision ...
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How soon after accepting an offer, would it be polite to quit to accept an offer from a different company?

I have not found a duplicate question dealing with this exact situation. I have been steadily applying for jobs since the end of January. My field is very specific, there are a few large companies ...
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How to quit shortly after starting in the best possible way? [duplicate]

I spent last months searching for jobs. The positions I applied for are mid-level white-collar jobs. This week I've started a job I wan't sure I should accept. The first reason was it's a temporary ...
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What is the right approach to quit a job during probation period for a competing offer?

Two weeks ago I joined a new company and during the hiring process I used a competing offer to increase the proposed salary. Now that competing offer from the other company has increased to almost 2x ...
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1answer
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How to quit a job I have been staying for a week? [duplicate]

I am currently a sports analyst. I accepted this job because I love sports, and well when I took the entrance exam I passed it and I was surprised because I am not really good in math. Now one week ...
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3answers
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How can I gracefully leave a company I just joined if I receive an offer letter from another company I interviewed at? [duplicate]

Sorry for the clumsy title, I'm not sure what's the best way to rephrase this. And sorry in advance for the wall of text, I just feel like without the proper background this will not be a solid ...
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5answers
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How to resign smoothly after having made promises during interviews [closed]

When I was interviewing, I was very excited to join this company. My resume tells I am a job hopper, they told me why should we hire you? I convinced them, but I explained why I want to change ...
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1answer
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Question about negotiation for a job

I was unhappy with a few elements of my role and looking into getting back into development. So, I have been looking for a new role. I secured an offer of a new job and accepted it, then handed in my ...
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Started new job, have a better offer. Renegotiate or leave early? [closed]

After working for a small ski resort for 3 years with no room for advancement I decided it was time to move on. I searched for a couple of months for something that I would enjoy as much and ...
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2answers
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Afraid to leave my first job [closed]

I'm facing the following problem: I started software development internship year and a half ago, I've passed the internship and now I'm full time software developer. The thing is my company has zero ...
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2answers
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Can I quit a job on the first day? [duplicate]

I'm a 17 year old guy entering his senior year in highschool. I have a car and have to pay for insurance, gas, repairs, etc. I recently applied to a job at my local mexican restaurant, and I got ...

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