Resignation

Resignation. The deed is done. I have handed in my one month’s notice at EPSON. Hmmm… Maybe I should start that job search, huh?

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  1. Exciting! Good luck w/ your search! In an ideal world you’d have 5-6 weeks of downtime before starting something else.. after that, the boredom and depression start being much larger factors (at least they do in my case.)

  2. Thanks. It’s been hilarious watching the news spread throughout the office. People keep asking me “What’s the new job?” And I just say: “Nothing! I just hate this one that much” And they nod knowingly.

    This has been building up for a long time. I’ve got a couple different job possibilities though. I’m not too worried. I spent nearly my whole first year in Australia unemployed or freelancing (because of my visa status) so I’m not afraid of the downtime.

  3. SHUT UP! that is so cool!
    I’ll let you know if any interesting gigs from this end.
    cheers to you!

  4. There were quite a few people at ND who quit with no where to go to. Is that the first time you’ve mentioned the name of the company you work for?

  5. good for you!

  6. DAMN THE MAN, KRIS!!!!

  7. Makes me think of ‘The Office’… Maybe you’ll change your mind if they offer $500 more a year?

  8. There have been a few hints in the archive, Martin, but I don’t think I ever came right out and said it. Mostly because I knew how everybody who actually owns an Epson printer would curse my name. 🙂

    And no, I’m not accepting any counteroffer, Ben. The head programmer on our team is desperate to keep me and keeps coming up with stuff, but I told him that I shouldn’t have to hold the company hostage to get paid what I’m worth. Definitely a case of too little, too late.

  9. At the moment I’m actually cursing Epson printers 😉 That’s what you get for being a tight-ass and buying a cheapo inkjet.

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