Unemployment In the Rear View Mirror
Kimberly Lew

When I got laid off I was working somewhere so toxic that I couldn’t stop smiling when they told me. The relief was so pure. I already had my resume and linkedin up to date, had been interviewing around town and knew that I had a ton of unused PTO they had to pay me out from along with knowing I could file for unemployment. It was ideal in terms of getting laid off.

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