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John

12 Jul 2020

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Should I be leaving my job with hectic working conditions (above median wage), if I've cash buffers of >5 years (including mortgage), to take a break (recharge and harness future ready skills) in this current climate?

Any advice on some guiding principles would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.

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What are your thoughts?

Micheal

Micheal

08 Jul 2020

Marketing and Management at University of Essex

Yes, go for it but make sure you have money to survive for at least 1-2 years because as you already knew, it's a challenge to find job during this crisis. Once you leave your job, you may find a hard time to find another job if you need money. Thus think twice before leaving your current job. Good luck!

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If you already have a game plan and emergency stash, I think it's entirely ok to leave if you are in need of a new environment and need to take a hiatus.

Sometimes, taking a break would allow us to see things from different perspectives :)

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