Young Lady Quits Her Job As A Social Media Manager And States She Is Willing To Refund All Money Spent On Her

Young Lady Quits Her Job As A Social Media Manager And States She Is Willing To Refund All Money Spent On Her

  • Abiye Lawson, a bold young lady has recently recounted how she made the decision to leave her job because she was not thriving
  • In a LinkedIn post, Abiye revealed that she felt she overestimated her capability to work as a social media manager and she feels staying in the role only wastes the employers money
  • She also posted a screenshot of her resignation letter in which she indicated that she was willling to pay back every penny that had been spent on her

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A bold young woman has recently got many talking online after sharing that she resigned from her job because she was not excelling at it.

The post sighted by on the LinkedIn timeline of Abiye Lawson had her sharing that she got employed as a Social Media Manager for a company but after a few weeks on the job, she realized she was not cut for it.

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Young lady resigns from work and offers to pay back all money that was been spent on her
Abiye posing for the camera Photo credit: Abiye Lawson/LinkedIn
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"The first week went good and all, but come the second and I was burning out. I always knew passion tied with productivity and this little venture proved it."

As a way of being fair to herself and her employer, Abiye chose to resign to allow the right person for the job take over.

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"Honestly, I hated the thought of putting out mediocre results. I had to be real with myself. Things weren't working out and I simply wasn't cut out for the job. Why soil my brand for money?"

Abiye shared a screenshot of her resignation letter in which she indicated that she is willing to refund on income that has been spent on her since she commenced her role.

She also requested to help recruit her replacement and according to her, the company gave her the go ahead to do so.

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In an interview with, Abiye shared more about the thought processs that led to resigning;

"I'm a pretty confident person and that confidence encompasses accepting that there are just some things i'm not goot that. To me, it is always better to spend one's time doing what brings meaning and fulfillment than to be in a job you just sack at it.
Also, I see myself being a business owner someday and I know when that time comes, you'd want my resources to be put to good use but here I was, working for someone and being paid but I was not bringing in the numbers, that to me, wasn't fair to my boss", she said

Young Woman Quits Banking Job After 6 Years; Admits She Is No Longer Passionate About It

Meanwhile, earlier reported that a lady recently took to social media to open up about quitting her job as a banker and why she had to do that.

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The post sighted by on the Twitter timeline of @kofo_alasooke had her sharing that after working in the finance space for six years, she finally resigned from her role. She added that her job was not something she loved but the decision to leave was not an easy one.

"I resigned from my job yesterday, not an easy decision but I have been giving excuses on a job I do not love (Banking) and it’s even worse when you get in as a contract staff."


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