We've all had bad days at the office. Maybe even a bad week or two.
But if you can't remember the last good day you've had at work, it might be time to seriously consider quitting.
Of course, you'll want more to go on than this, which is why we compiled a list of signs indicating it may be time to quit your job.
If you've noticed a number of these issues for at least a few months now, you should seriously consider packing up that miserable desk for good.
Are you doing a job search?
Dear (Name of your boss):
This is to inform you that I have accepted a position with (Name of your new employer).
I want to assure you of my gratitude for a rewarding professional association during my employment with (name of your current employer).
This decision was not an easy one, and involved many days and hours of thoughtful consideration, particularly with respect to my own plans for the future. Nevertheless, my decision is final.
Please do not make this process more difficult than it need be by discussions of the reasons for my decision, or whether or not it can be changed.
My main thoughts are now to work as hard as possible to wrap up my affairs here, and turn over my responsibilities as you direct. However, I would like to join (name of new employer) as soon as possible. Therefore, I request that you waive my termination notice, if convenient.
With sincere thanks and best wishes for the future,