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Your future starts now. Make the most of your time at UBC and get a head start on your career. People hold a job, for a short term while a career is seen as a long-term goal of an individual. Find information on training and education opportunities. Meet with a career coach to assess your skills and career interests, improve your resume and cover letter, prepare for interviews, and learn about networking.
If your work environment is so toxic that you aren’t able to see your own strengths and values clearly, getting some distance may be the only way to regain your faith in yourself. Sometimes you need time to detox and heal from abusive situations so that you don’t jump into something just as bad to get away from your current job,” says Rhonda Ansted, career coach and Founder of Be the Change Career Consulting.
Quitting your job is always a scary thing. But it can be downright terrifying when you don’t have another one lined up. The nerves build up to the surface from the moment you hand in your resignation notice. Where are you going?” is typically the first question your boss and coworkers will ask. Saying you’re not sure will undoubtedly lead to quizzical glances and perhaps even snickers of you’re crazy.” But here are seven times when quitting with no backup plan is the right thing to do for your career.