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For $450, This Japanese Company Will Quit Your Job For You

Workers in Japan who want to leave their jobs — but don't want to face the stress of quitting in person — are turning to a company called Exit.
People hoping to never set foot in their workplace again pay a startup called Exit $450 to help them quit their full-time jobs. Source: erhui1979

Stressed out, overworked, or just over it: Workers in Japan who want to leave their jobs — but don't want to face the stress of quitting in person — are paying a company called Exit to tell their bosses that they won't be back.

People hoping to never set foot in their workplace again pay Exit $450 to help them quit their full-time jobs; those, "Repeat clients get a [$90] discount."

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