One planner's journey of finding a new job.
"'I want to offer you the opportunity to resign.' Nine words that turn the pit of a planning director's stomach to ice water. I heard them for the first time in my career at 2:00 p.m. on May 3. Four hours later, after we finished moving more than five years of my accumulated personal possessions, the assistant human resources director and I shook hands. And with that handshake, I started a new, but thankfully temporary, full-time career track - finding a new job." One planner's account of looking for and finding a new planning position.
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