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Anonymous

Posted on 02 Nov 2018

My pay is at 1.8k/month which I do not expect to increase in the near future. And I have plans to study uni part time next year and it is quite near to my workplace. Should I stay or resign?

I am not sure if I want to resign from my current job. The work culture of the company is so-so as some of the co-workers are quite helpful in assisting me in my work while some other like to talk bad about other behind their back. The job prospect is not so good.

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The work environment in your company sounded pretty toxic. If that is the case, I would advise that you secure your next job first before you tender your resignation.

Of course, you have to look at the prospects of your next job, and attempt to find out would the workload be manageable. Eg, are they getting you in to clear backlog? or is it a replacement? This are some telling signs of whether your work might be manageable or not (although not foolproof).

However, if you feel that this job gives you the bandwidth to study and work at the same time. Then perhaps, you should stay on first and evaluate the situation.

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Furball

Level 4. Wonderkid

Posted on 20 Nov 2019

Hi Anon,

My suggestion will be to stay at your current job but keep a look out for better opportunities. Continue to go for interviews and find out as much as possible about the prospective companies (Culture, job scope, benefits, etc). Resign after you've found the company that you like.

Best of luck to you!

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MT2020

MT2020

Level 11. Master

Posted on 25 Feb 2020

I assumed that you are still in a very young age. If that is the case, you should probably quit your...

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