Keep Your Cool in a Heated Resignation

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Keep Your Cool in a Heated Resignation by Susan Bryant, Monster Contributing Writer Reproduced with permission. Copyright 2002 - TMP Interactive, Inc. All Rights Reserved. You may not copy, reproduce or distribute this article without the prior written permission of TMP Interactive. This article first appeared on Monster, the leading online global network for careers. To see other career-related articles visit www.monster.com The day you've been waiting for has finally arrived. You can quit the job you really hate. Whether you loathe your boss, the work or the whole package, you may be tempted to play out a resignation fantasy you've been perfecting during your miserable hours on the job: giving your boss a PowerPoint presentation on how inept he is, telling coworkers who's gossiping about them, or emptying the stockroom of Post-it notes and computer paper to take home. After all, you're out of there, right? Wrong. According to Stephen Viscusi, host of the nationally syndicated radio show "On
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