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Quits

Termination of employment. Quits may occur due to retirement, firing for incompetence or some other reason, elimination of the positions or simply because the employee wishes to leave.
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Citing the association between changes in prices and wages, the authors indicate that "the strong predictive relationship between quits and wage growth should, in theory, translate to inflation.
I can think of many reasons, many situations, and many ways to quit.
Sometimes a person has to try several times before they are able to quit.
Personally, I've quit things for a variety of reasons: I didn't like the instructor, the activity took more time than I'd anticipated, the time slot ended up being a problem, the cost became prohibitive, the interest had run its natural course or the activity didn't live up to my expectations.
Believe it or not, quitting is often a great strategy, a smart way to manage your life and career," writes Seth Godin in his book The Dip: A Little Book That Teaches You When to Quit (and When to Stick) (Penguin Group; $12.
Quits on fulfilling the California Constitution's requirement that a budget be adopted by midnight on June 30.
This finding comes on the heels of evidence that bupropion, a dopamine-enhancing drug but not a tricyclic, also increases abstinence in those trying to quit cigarettes (SN: 11/15/97, p.
For the same reasons, the individual should arrange for a line of credit or overdraft protection at his bank before he quits.
Blau and Kahn (1981a,b) examined the likelihood and consequences of layoffs and quits for samples of young men and young women who participated in the labor force in the early 1970s.
A new study shows that teen-age smokers, even if they quit later, cause themselves long-term genetic damage that increases the risk of lung cancer.
Believe it or not, I honestly believe if I had quit, I would have done something," he said.