If you’re planning to make a move to a nonclinical role, you may be wondering if you should leave your current position before your job search or find a job first and then give notice. Many factors like burnout, finances, length of job search, and a potential gap on your resume can factor into this complex decision. I’ll be going solo in today’s episode to take an in depth look at this common question about quitting and discuss the advantages and disadvantages to each approach, as well as offer guidance on how to make the best decision for your needs.
In this episode we’re talking about:
- What factors play into the decision about when to quit your job
- How to weigh these factors and make a decision that works for you
- How long it takes to find a nonclinical position
- Advantages and disadvantages of quitting first vs. leaving with job in hand
- How either decision can affect your job opportunities
- Ways to prepare for your career transition
- How to balance your needs against those of your current and future employers
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