₦airaland Forum

Welcome, Guest: Join Nairaland / LOGIN! / Trending / Recent / New
Stats: 2,157,881 members, 4,699,697 topics. Date: Wednesday, 16 January 2019 at 12:15 PM

Resigning My Position To Pursue My Goal: Advice Needed - Career (2) - Nairaland

Nairaland Forum / Nairaland / General / Career / Resigning My Position To Pursue My Goal: Advice Needed (10238 Views)

2019 Goal: How Do I Become Skilled In Public Speaking? / Pursue A Career Or Focus More On My Skill? / Should I Quit My Job And Pursue My Passion? (2) (3) (4)

(1) (2) (3) (Reply) (Go Down)

Re: Resigning My Position To Pursue My Goal: Advice Needed by Galaticos444: 10:38am On Jan 12
Adamsonfixed:
Hello
seun and his moderators shud tell us if they ar collecting money 4rm all dis fixed games scammers

4 Likes 1 Share

Re: Resigning My Position To Pursue My Goal: Advice Needed by nanceeleecious(f): 10:38am On Jan 12
enemyofprogress:
Pls give me the address of your office for me to apply before you resign
I see why you hv the moniker ENEMYOFPROGRESS
Re: Resigning My Position To Pursue My Goal: Advice Needed by lonelydora: 10:39am On Jan 12
Go ahead bro. I resigned in 2017, and i thank God i did.
Re: Resigning My Position To Pursue My Goal: Advice Needed by melanch(m): 10:42am On Jan 12
There is no job. There is no job. But some people are leaving their great jobs voluntarily. Passion over everything. I concur.

Get a blog with free domain and hosting for 20k or if you have one, improve your traffic with my 35 powerful seo backlinks as low as 5k
Re: Resigning My Position To Pursue My Goal: Advice Needed by bedspread: 10:43am On Jan 12
Chase your Dream bro
Follow your Talent

That what will Give u Peace of Mind
Re: Resigning My Position To Pursue My Goal: Advice Needed by enemyofprogress: 10:44am On Jan 12
nanceeleecious:

I see why you hv the moniker ENEMYOFPROGRESS
is it a sin for one to make a request? Abeg leave me jo tongue
Re: Resigning My Position To Pursue My Goal: Advice Needed by enemyofprogress: 10:45am On Jan 12
Galaticos444:
seun and his moderators shud tell us if they ar collecting money 4rm all dis fixed games scammers
I think so
Re: Resigning My Position To Pursue My Goal: Advice Needed by sherylbakky: 10:45am On Jan 12
Dont do what u will regret later, where is even d lecturing job at d moment? Do u have any idea how difficult it cud b 2 get to ur present level again if u try what u ar tinkin? chill dear. If patience is all it needs, giv it.Betterstil,u cud run parttime program

1 Like

Re: Resigning My Position To Pursue My Goal: Advice Needed by dmbaiseboy(m): 10:46am On Jan 12
Jiang:


If you have Godfather & extraordinary connection, You can as well quit and concentrate on ur studies, afterall in Nigeria, only those who lack connection & kids of the less privileged will have problems
This is Nigeria...u need only connection... Whether married or unmarried.. .i agree with u..
Re: Resigning My Position To Pursue My Goal: Advice Needed by Agbaletu: 10:46am On Jan 12
I won't advise you to quit your job because of any PG programme except you are 100% sure of getting a better job after the programme. If you can run the programme without the approval of your company, please go ahead.

2 Likes

Re: Resigning My Position To Pursue My Goal: Advice Needed by Slynation(m): 10:46am On Jan 12
BareFacedLies:
OP, I'm sure the reason why you want to go into lecturing is so you can have access to unlimited supply of püssy grin
Lol..... This comment off me oO grin
Re: Resigning My Position To Pursue My Goal: Advice Needed by thebosstrevor: 11:02am On Jan 12
Gilaso:
Dear All, recently I wrote a piece https://www.nairaland.com/4951605/female-boss...please-advice-me-please#up about my immediate boss.

However I decided to take the bull by the horn by calling the head office to ask for the approval letter I was expecting for studies since I had applied earlier with my admission letter (masters) and presented a certificate of medical fitness from my recent ill health as requested by the head office.

Surprisingly on calling the head office I got a response that because I recovered recently I will not be granted approval to go for my postgraduate studies even after presenting a certificate of medical fitness as requested with school fees being paid,i tried to explain that i followed due process but the head told me never to talk on the issue again.

Personally I feel I should resign from my present position to a little lower position as to have time to pursue my studies which will eventually lead me to my career dream(lecturing) or should I talk to a higher authority? Please what best advice can I get know, thanks.

i hope you have money saved up for you and your family for 1-2 years during and after your programme. also what is the guarantee you will get the lecturing job after graduation from masters? is there a guarantee to get the low paying job, if you are single, you can go for it

dont be emotional, use your sense, stay in your job and reapply for study leave again or maybe do part-time after getting your masters on the job, start sending your cvs out to universities, once you get the job, you can leave. be patient.

1 Like

Re: Resigning My Position To Pursue My Goal: Advice Needed by Bamz(m): 11:04am On Jan 12
Gilaso

20 years from now, you will be disappointed by the things you didn't do than by the ones you did, so throw off the bowlines and sail away from the safe harbor.

If you believe in prayers, pray.

Analyse the worst case scenarios with each line of action you have to make.

Your happiness is in your hands.
Re: Resigning My Position To Pursue My Goal: Advice Needed by zicoraads: 11:12am On Jan 12
I don't even know the advice to give you. embarassed
Re: Resigning My Position To Pursue My Goal: Advice Needed by Grupo(m): 11:16am On Jan 12
JoannaSedley:
Were you pampered by your parents? Nairalanders, someone is toying with his job ooooooo because of masters oooo
You want to resign to a lesser position when you can choose a part-time course. Maybe you have a sponsor or you do not like the job at all.
Probably someone is waiting for your masters to place you somewhere cos the last I recalled, we have more master's graduate and few lecturing jobs.

Just ranting.

Good morning

You are right. OP sounds like one of he's mommy boys who is still living with his parents.

1 Like

Re: Resigning My Position To Pursue My Goal: Advice Needed by millionboi2: 11:20am On Jan 12
U Neva chin cho
Re: Resigning My Position To Pursue My Goal: Advice Needed by millionboi2: 11:21am On Jan 12
Gilaso:
Dear All, recently I wrote a piece https://www.nairaland.com/4951605/female-boss...please-advice-me-please#up about my immediate boss.

However I decided to take the bull by the horn by calling the head office to ask for the approval letter I was expecting for studies since I had applied earlier with my admission letter (masters) and presented a certificate of medical fitness from my recent ill health as requested by the head office.

Surprisingly on calling the head office I got a response that because I recovered recently I will not be granted approval to go for my postgraduate studies even after presenting a certificate of medical fitness as requested with school fees being paid,i tried to explain that i followed due process but the head told me never to talk on the issue again.

Personally I feel I should resign from my present position to a little lower position as to have time to pursue my studies which will eventually lead me to my career dream(lecturing) or should I talk to a higher authority? Please what best advice can I get know, thanks.
u won go fvk albino olosho ?abi
Re: Resigning My Position To Pursue My Goal: Advice Needed by lonelydora: 11:23am On Jan 12
slawomir:
Isoright

This is why i love federal job
They will approve it with alacrity
Na even two years them go give you with pay

My guy Una get night shift for your working place
If so apply for night shift only

To resign from work this days nor dey adviceable o

My cousin got a security job in a university
And he wrote for jamb and got admitted
The guy shaperly apply for only night duty
So during day time he go dey class
And them grant am

As you are happy for him, please start saving money for his funeral. He is dying slowly
Re: Resigning My Position To Pursue My Goal: Advice Needed by slawomir: 11:25am On Jan 12
lonelydora:


As you are happy for him, please start saving money for his funeral. He is dying slowly

Is he going to do it for ever?
Re: Resigning My Position To Pursue My Goal: Advice Needed by lonelydora: 11:27am On Jan 12
slawomir:


Is he going to do it for ever?

Except that
Re: Resigning My Position To Pursue My Goal: Advice Needed by AniwetaluEmma(m): 11:39am On Jan 12
please if this decision will cost you your job, don't do it. you have to be patient. opportunity will present its self again.
Re: Resigning My Position To Pursue My Goal: Advice Needed by Gilaso: 11:46am On Jan 12
BareFacedLies:
OP, I'm sure the reason why you want to go into lecturing is so you can have access to unlimited supply of püssy grin

Not so but to have time for my family,where I work is far away from where my family reside and I have asked for a transfer but was turned down except that I accept a lower position before I would be transfer the present post leave little or no room to even visit my family and spend time with them,and also due to nature of my wife job she cannot come down.
Re: Resigning My Position To Pursue My Goal: Advice Needed by slawomir: 11:47am On Jan 12
lonelydora:


Except that

Once the bsc show na to upgrade and convert from security department to another department

1 Like

Re: Resigning My Position To Pursue My Goal: Advice Needed by Gilaso: 11:48am On Jan 12
Thank you all so far for all the good advice I will use them all to take a worthy decision personally and stick out my neck matter the risk.Glory be to God in the highest at the end.
Re: Resigning My Position To Pursue My Goal: Advice Needed by Kolping: 12:39pm On Jan 12
Why not get a position as a Graduate Assistant in a Federal University with your Bachelor's degree, then use the Master's admission to obtain study leave. If the Master's admission is from a foreign university, you can defer your admission for one year.

Don't resign your job.
Re: Resigning My Position To Pursue My Goal: Advice Needed by tteto(m): 12:42pm On Jan 12
First Don't Make It Official,Try To Knw More Abt Your Employer's Policy And Know People In Your Headoffice Who Will Put You Through.Nothing Is Impossible.
Re: Resigning My Position To Pursue My Goal: Advice Needed by smasher1(m): 12:46pm On Jan 12
JoannaSedley:
Were you pampered by your parents? Nairalanders, someone is toying with his job ooooooo because of masters oooo
You want to resign to a lesser position when you can choose a part-time course. Maybe you have a sponsor or you do not like the job at all.
Probably someone is waiting for your masters to place you somewhere cos the last I recalled, we have more master's graduate and few lecturing jobs.

Just ranting.

Good morning

He is not wise
People still place so much emphasis on education, when job, salary is actually the most important thing
When one gets more education, getting another job usually becomes more difficult.

People are not in tune with reality.

1 Like

Re: Resigning My Position To Pursue My Goal: Advice Needed by smasher1(m): 12:48pm On Jan 12
lonelydora:
Go ahead bro. I resigned in 2017, and i thank God i did.


You are a lady, you may have a husband or sponsor to assist you. I'm not sure the op may be in the same shoe as you were.

1 Like

(1) (2) (3) (Reply)

Kogi Civil Servant Returns N1.7m Paid In Excess Of Salary / What Do You Think Of Female Engineers? / My Ex Employers Have Refused To Pay My Salary

(Go Up)

Sections: politics (1) business autos (1) jobs (1) career education (1) romance computers phones travel sports fashion health
religion celebs tv-movies music-radio literature webmasters programming techmarket

Links: (0) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9)

Nairaland - Copyright © 2005 - 2019 Oluwaseun Osewa. All rights reserved. See How To Advertise. 98
Disclaimer: Every Nairaland member is solely responsible for anything that he/she posts or uploads on Nairaland.