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Healthy Living: Quitting

A CBS news poll found that more than half of Americans with full-time jobs daydream about leaving at least once in a while.

According to thebalancecareers.com, some of the most common reasons people leave their jobs are because of relationships, lack of management recognition or they’re feeling bored and unchallenged by work.

In Healthy Living with Whitney Amann, she has some things you should plan for before you announce you are leaving.

When you do quit, give your employer at least a two week notice and put it in writing.

When looking for your new employer compare 401k contributions and look into other health benefits.

If you would rather stay, look into finding a different position or changing job duties or maybe try to get a raise.

By the way, you aren’t the only one who thinks about you quitting, bosses want to know which employees might quit sooner rather than later.