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Go Out on a High Note

You might think it's obvious that certain sentiments should never be included in a letter of resignation. But you might also be surprised at what some people think is acceptable to include in this final communication between employee and employer.

Be sure you craft a well-written letter by first taking the time to gather your thoughts. Maintain a professional and positive tone throughout, and proofread your letter carefully. To see a sample letter, check out How to Write a Professional Resignation Letter.

The following are 10 topics you should not include in your letter of resignation.

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