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Career Relaunch

Unhappy at Work? A fresh way to decide if you should stay or go.

Do you feel trapped by that thing you do to make a living?

Do you draft your fantasy resignation letter on a repeated basis?

Or maybe you just feel so beat down that you’ve resigned yourself that it is always going to be this way. After all, if you leave, you might land in a situation that is worse.




Stories about how to make a brave career change. Curated by Joseph Liu, host of the Career Relaunch podcast.

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