Knowing the right way to quit can leave relationships intact and may actually enhance your professional reputation. On the other hand, leaving in the wrong way can generate negative feelings that could affect the way you are perceived as a professional.
These excuses may sound like the voice of sanity, offering perfectly good reasons why it is in fact better to stay and endure that bad job just a little longer, but look a little closer and they may not really hold up.
Thank you for firing me from one of your campuses yesterday. That statement may sound like a sarcastic jab from a disgruntled ex-employee, but it is a sincere declaration of gratitude. I know I'm going to be better off in the long run. Not that you really give a damn.