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Old January 8th, 2018, 01:08 PM
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Re: Is it advisable to quit work or stay put?

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Originally Posted by Aashika View Post
So, hypothetically speaking would you leave work or stay put, if you were in the below position.

You are not happy with your job but you have been here for 10+ years.
If you quit and move, you will lose benefits (of that includes any compensation in the likely event there are layoffs).
If you dont quit, you are unhappy but at least you have a paycheck and a safety net.

A friend wants to know
If your 'friend' is confident in his/her ability then he/she can look for another job and negotiate the same benefits at a new position.

If not, then you have to evaluate whether your paycheck is worth the precious time away from your family? I hear that these days some Canadians are forced to work 60 hours a week
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