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I work in the advertising world and one thing about it, its small world. So I have been working at my current job for a year and I hate the place (its a common feeling among my coworkers, since the year someone is leaving every 2 weeks). I found a job that is 1/3 the commute and more pay. Now I am debating how should I confront my exit interview. Some people tell me to avoid burning bridges and not say anything. Others feel being honest is all I can do.
I am finding studies online that support either of the directions noted above. In my perspective I feel I really want to bust a exorcism on this exit interview but stay classy as a way to detox the poisons I had developed there. My way of starting fresh with this job and not bringing past baggage.
What do you think?
tldr; Hate my job, found a better one. Exit interview; should I spill the beans and rant or stay classy and keep my mouth shut?
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― Dr. Seuss, Oh, the Places You'll Go!