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A woman has provoked a debate on TikTok by suggesting people who don't like their jobs should simply quit and get a new one.
You can watch the clip below:
In the clip, @katierosko1 said: "I don't know who needs to hear this but go get a new job. Quit your job that you hate and go get a new job.
"I promise you, you can do it. I promise you, you'll be better off. If you hate your job, just go get a new job. Just quit it and go get a new job.
"Everyone is hiring right now. Just quit your job and go get a new job."
But people were divided over the video, with many pointing out that in some circumstances, quitting isn't always quite so straightforward.
One person wrote: "Don’t tell ppl to quit without having something lined up."
While another said: "It’s not that easy bestie."
And a third added: "Great advice except I’ve hated my job and have been looking since December. It’s not that easy."
Meanwhile, a fourth commented: "I have two degrees and have applied to over 50 jobs with only one response that did not work out."
And a fifth added: "I did this three months ago & haven’t been able to get a new job since. I apply to 6 jobs a week. Take this with a grain of salt besties."
Others were more positive about the advice, with some even following through with it. One said: "Done! Last day tomorrow. I couldn’t be happier."
And another added: "Did it last year and best decision ever."
While a third said: "I’m not kidding I quit my job this morning!!!! Love this thanks bestie."
What do you think?
In other career news, we told you about one plus-sized woman who revealed how she had resigned from her job after her boss told her to 'cover her stomach' via text message.
Abigayle Canterbury, from the US, started working for a retailer last month and was 'under the impression' she could wear a crop top with jeans after noticing colleagues dressed in similar attire.
But less than three weeks into her new job, she was left upset after she was ‘dress-coded’ by her manager, who told her the business owner requested she dress in 'something nicer' and, in particular, 'cover her stomach' because he thought her outfit was inappropriate.
You can read more on that story here.