Take it from me… you need to know how to write a resignation letter BEFORE you plan to leave your job! Your formal resignation letter is something that should be taken seriously — because you don’t want to burn any bridges AND you want references in the future. Here’s how to write a resignation letter in 3 simple steps. Plus, bonus tips: I’ll show you how to write a letter of resignation for retirement too.
Test drive your dream job by taking a vocation vacation. A work vacation (or learning vacation) is a great way to get hands-on experience in a career field you might like to pursue. And you’ll get one heck of a great vacation at the same time! Not ready for a career change yet? A work vacation is also a fun way to learn a new skill or try a new hobby!
If you’re anything like me, the mere mention of having to make big financial decisions (even if they are good for me) makes me cringe and worry I won’t understand the facts. So, I want to break down 401k retirement plan information into a language everyone can understand. Here are the different contribution options, what to think about when investing, and what to do if you leave your job and you want to take your 401k benefits with you.
Whether you are unemployed and an opportunity arises in a new city, or whether your current employer wants you to relocate to another one of their offices, there are several things you should think long and hard about first. Consider your standard of living where you are now, the cost of living where you’ll be moving to, the actual cost of the move & all that’s associated with moving to a new area, and whether the salary they’re offering will be enough. We’ll help point you in the right direction and answer the question, ‘Should you relocate now or maybe wait this one out?’
Wondering how to quit a job? Quitting a job you don’t like can be a wildly cathartic experience. Take it from me, I recently left … Read more