good discussion and some very valid points. this depends on the individual's situation quite a bit. when i was cube farming, the thought of quitting had crossed my mind several times. i hung on because i was very comfortable (comfort leads to complacency and several other things), had an excellent long term severance built up and several other benefits of getting laid off vs. quitting. the company eventually downsized and i was blessed with a layoff. i still remember when the department head was tearing up while breaking out the news to me (legal was there too) while i was dying of joy deep inside. anyway, this could work out really well in one's favor depending on their situation.
I wish I lived in France when I got laid off. Btw, if you're still stuck in cubicle land trying to make the transition to full-fledged entrepreneur, I just did an interview with a successful entrepreneur who ditched her corporate job and became a VERY successful entrepreneur. I figure she's gotta be pretty successful if she landed on Oprah. If you'd like, you can check it out at http://www.laresearchcouncil.com/?page_id=7. Hope it helps.
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