Best: List of Reasons to Quit Your Job

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See the complete List Of Reasons To Quit Your Job.

1 Career Change
2 Difficult Work Environment
3 Going Back to School
4 Illness
5 Relocation
6 Schedules and Hours
7 What Your Gut Tells You
8 You Found a New Job
9 You Got a Permanent Position
10 You Hate Your Job
11Acquisition or merger.
12Being laid off or let go for “good cause” during annual budgeting.
13Better compensation.
14Better or different leadership.
15Career advancement
16Career change to a new industry.
17Change of job description and no longer being passionate.
18Company downsizing
19Company downturn.
20Company restructuring and layoffs.
21Company restructuring.
22Desire to change career paths. …
23Desiring to travel full-time and seeking only part-time employment or contract work.
24Family circumstances. 
25Feeling a need to make a change after a number of years of employment.
26Feeling the need to retire. Or having work/life balance.
27Getting married and needing to reevaluate career paths.
28Identified a better opportunity. …
29Let go or laid off.
30Looking for a job with a more flexible schedule.
31Looking for career growth. Depending on how companies are structured, some may provide more opportunities to grow than others. …
32Needing to relocate due to family reasons.
33A hostile working environment.
34Desiring to switch departments.
35Feeling like the workplace was unethical.
36Feeling like unfair treatment was happening in the workplace.
37Leaving due to general job dissatisfaction.
38Leaving due to the travel distance to work.
39No longer can lift heavy objects
40No opportunity to move from part-time to full-time.
41Unhappy with the management of the business.
42Needing to relocate due to spousal reasons.
43Organizational changes, resulting in layoffs to a specific department.
44Professional development.
45Seeking a different work environment.
46The company decided to outsource the job title.
47A better opportunity to advance specific skills.
48A job opportunity that aligns with career goals more acutely.
49Being offered a full-time position if a seasonal position.
50Being offered a permanent position if part-time.
51Desiring to be exposed to new types of work and functional areas.
52Desiring to make a career change and career path change.
53Leaving due to high salary or better benefits.
54Seeking career growth and upward mobility.
55Wanting a new challenge after a number of years of employment.
56Wanting to fill an employment gap.
57Family health reasons and needed to focus on that.
58Parental health reasons and needed to focus on that.
59Personal health reasons and needed to focus on that.

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