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Thinking of Quitting Your Job? #MyResignationSpeech is Trending

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by Ara Eugenio
Mar 4, 2021
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Hashtag #MyResignationSpeech is trending #1 on Twitter (as of 11 a.m. Thursday), thanks to radio's The Morning Rush Show by Monster RX 93.1. 

While the long-running show's engagement with its audience has long been powerful, even non-listeners are now using the hashtag to share their own takes, showing how work burnout during the pandemic has never been as relatable.

ALSO READ: Avoid Burnout When Working From Home Without Leaving Your House

It's unsure whether these tweets are either based on prior experiences, some sort of speech that they're currently practicing for an impending resignation, or just a shout into the void.

Nonetheless, there are lessons to be learned here, so you can use them from for future reference (or even in the present, if you're that convinced about quitting).

On doing it for mental health's sake

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On knowing your worth

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On how it's not really about the money

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On fair treatment

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On not having learned enough

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On quitting to pursue another dream

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On just "sashaying away" unapologetically

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..Or you can still wish them "well"

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