It’s almost time for another #PayChat, PayScale’s monthly Twitter chat where we discuss your most burning questions about career and pay. In the past, we’ve talked about how to network your way to a new job and how to negotiate your salary. On Wednesday, April 24th, we’ll discuss the other side of the career coin – when is the right time to walk away from a job, and what is the best way to break up with your boss?
Partially inspired by the blog post about the border patrol agent turned cake maker’s “Resignation Letter on a Cake,” we’re going to talk about how knowing when and how to quit can help move you farther along in your career.
Are you feeling unfulfilled at work? Do you have a new, exciting opportunity coming your way? Do you have an inspirational story to share about how quitting a past job helped you accomplish your goals? If so, then this discussion is for you. During this 30 minute chat we will discuss how to prepare a graceful exit strategy and, perhaps more importantly, what NOT to do when leaving a job. The #PayChat on how to quit gracefully will occur on Wednesday, April 24th at 10:30 a.m. (PST). Join PayScale and other professionals in this discussion and tweet your questions, tips, tricks and advice using the hashtag #PayChat.
As if learning how to address your resignation fears wasn’t enough, we will also be giving away free PayScale mugs and stickers to random participants throughout the discussion. So don’t miss out on this opportunity to win swag while you learn how to best make a career change.
If this will be the first time you join us for a #PayChat, check out the “Introducing #PayChat” post for more information. (Spoiler alert: all you need is a twitter handle, a curious mind and some nimble fingers.) #PayChat occurs on the last Wednesday of every month at 10:30 a.m. (PST) and as always, feedback is appreciated. If you have a topic that you would like us to discuss in a future #PayChat, please share it on Twitter or in the comment section below.
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We want to hear from you. Do you have any stories to share or questions to ask about quitting? Send us a tweet, join #PayChat or leave a message in the comments.