By Jacquelyn Smith
There may come a time when you'll decide to quit your job. And when you do, it's imperative that you choose your words wisely.
"Whether you are quitting on good terms or bad terms, you don't want to burn bridges," says Dana Manciagli, a career expert and author of "Cut the Crap, Get a Job!" "The words you use when you inform your boss of your decision to leave can determine whether they'll support you going forward. And you definitely want their support."
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