What is the biggest risk of quitting before confirming a new job?

Quitting your current job before securing a new one can be risky - find out what the biggest risks are and how to avoid them.

The biggest risk is...

The biggest risk of quitting a job before confirming a new one is that you may end up without a job or income for a period of time.

What could make this risk worse

This can be especially risky if you don't have any savings or other financial resources to fall back on.

Additionally, quitting a job without having another one lined up can damage your professional reputation and make it more difficult to find a new job in the future.

What you can do to reduce the negative impacts

It's always a good idea to have a backup plan in place before quitting a job, such as having a confirmed job offer or enough savings to support yourself while you look for a new job.

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