Resigning after you have found a new job? Resigning before deciding where to work? What I can say, having experienced both

Resign after you have found a new job? Resign before you decide? Work/Job Change

In this issue.Do you look for a new job before you leave the company? Do you look for a new job after you leave the company?I would like to share what I think about the following, having experienced both.

In conclusion, you may have noticed thatResigned after finding a new jobis a good idea.

Stories. A story about leaving a job after finding a new one.

First of all, I would like to talk about my resignation after I found a new job.

Here is my experience of changing jobs at the company I joined as a new graduate.

Only 2 weeks into my job search. I found a new job more easily than I had expected.

Let's change jobs! It took me about two weeks from the time I made the decision to change jobs and started entering online to the time I received the job offer.

I was surprised at how easy it was to find the right one.

It was my first choice, and I also wanted to leave my current job immediately, so I immediately told them of my intention to join the company.
(This success experience would later lead to failure in my next job search, but more on that later.)

My boss found out that I had a new job. I was so angry.

Come on! Now I just have to submit my resignation to my current employer! So, from here, I will talk to my 7 bosses about my resignation.

Seven people is quite a lot, and the higher up you go, the more you have to take your boss's schedule into account and keep your hours down.It took me quite a while to get the story to the raspy general manager.

I mean, seven people is an unusual number....

Then I told one of my bosses that I had already found a place to resign, and that got through to the other extremely fearful bosses, and they snapped.

It was scary.

I thought people would understand that "you have to quit a job after you've decided to change jobs."

I think the risk of quitting before a job change is finalized is huge for a working person. Therefore, I thinkI thought it was common sense for working people to quit after they've found their next job.I guess so.

Implicit.

And I assumed that my boss understood that.

But as I mentioned earlier in my story about my boss getting mad at me.Not always does this common sense prevail...I thought so.

Well, if you think about it calmly, it is understandable, but from the boss's point of view, he is spending a lot of training time and money for the newcomer, so... I can understand how he feels.

I was so angry when I heard "I've already decided on the next one" without any hesitation. But I wanted him to understand.

A story about leaving a job before a new one was found.

I will now tell you the story of my resignation before I could find a new job.

I knew I would find another job within the paid period.

As I explained earlierupI had found a new job in two weeks before I left my company, so I thought it would be easy to find another one this time.

And this time you had quite a bit of time to get paid, and you thought this period would be enough.

But this is soooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo.

I had a hard time finding it at all.

The bad situation continued for quite a while.

I'm not working and my savings are dwindling... Stress maxed out.

I failed in the entry sheet, failed in the interview, and could not get a job offer.

Before long, the paid period was over, and only the savings were dwindling.

The stress was getting worse and worse, and the fear of dwindling savings led to feelings of insecurity anxiety every day.

It was tough.

It was a time when I realized firsthand that money freedom = mental freedom.

Eventually, the fear of dwindling savings overcame him, and he decided to take a short-term job as a bridge.

Eventually, I couldn't stand the uncertainty of that money, so I took a short-term temporary job to eat as much as I could.

But the stress here was not half bad, either, and I quit after a short period of time without renewing (although I did learn some things).

Finally, during this period of temporary employment, I managed to change jobs and safely say goodbye to money worries.

And this is how the process went, and I regretted so much that I did not find a new job before quitting the company.

I felt strongly that I could no longer bear this kind of stress.

When you're worried about money, you're likely to decide on a new job at random.

In my case, I was almost overwhelmed by stress, but I always told myself "don't be in a hurry to find a suitable new job" and "don't be in a hurry" (barely).

I was in too much of a hurry to find a job that I wasn't happy with, but I didn't care where it was, as long as it was a full-time job with steady money! I thought it was the biggest risk to find a job with a feeling of "I don't care where it is as long as it is a full-time job with stable money! It could lead to another job change.

The reason I decided to do short-term placements was, of course, for money. I didn't want to settle on a suitable main job, but I did it to make sure I had enough money to afford it.

If I hadn't dispatched them, I would have chosen them at random.

I realized that the fear of losing money is a great stress for me.

summary

Again, we conclude.

I can say, from my experience of both, that whether you are looking for a new job before or after you leave a company, it is
You should look for a new job before you quit.
That is to say.

Really, it's a personal opinion, but when the time comes to look for my next job, I will definitely do so.

After all, I don't want to experience that feeling of "money is dwindling, I can't find a job, I'm anxious anxious anxious anxious" ever again.

Of course, there are some people who have so much work to do every day that they do not have the time to change jobs. For those in that situation, it may be better to quit.

However, if you can make a little time, it is better to prepare ahead of time so that you can smoothly work at your next new job after you leave.

P.S About whether I should tell my boss that I have a new job

I can tell you this from experience.I wouldn't talk about it.

If you have a reason to talk, choose whom you will say it to.

I had an experience where I honestly told them I had a new job lined up and they got mad at me, so I started thinking, "Well, I'll just sit tight.

But then, at other workplaces.When I submitted my resignation letter, hiding the fact that I had decided on a new job, I was met with great concern.

Huh? You're that concerned about the future of the person you're quitting now! Should I have been honest with them? I remember my head was in turmoil.

There may be times when it is better to tell them that you have a new job, because if you tell them that you have a new job, they will not hold you back, but personally I think it is better not to tell them. (I've been in the position where I've asked for my resignation and they haven't held me back or anything like that)

If you ask, "Are you sure you're ready for your next job?" or "I thought you found a new job, didn't you? I will try to dodge such comments by saying, "I'm planning to take some time off and then look for a new job slowly" (I actually said this once).

These are my experiences.

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