I accepted a new job offer, signed the letter of appointment this week and will be resigning from my current job soon to serve a month of notice. While I am excited about the new opportunity, I feel sad to part with my great amazing colleagues.
I have been working in the current company for a decade and seen my salary more than doubled but plateauing. While I was thankful that this was my first job since graduation to help pay off my tuition loans, build up war chest for investments and grow my net worth, I was resentful in the past year as there were reshuffles and reorganizations that affected my job scope and morale to continue working here.
Here are the 10 reasons that I convinced myself to leave this company and take up the new job offer.
1. Loyalty is dead?
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