- For Teachers
Please chech the letter to make it more unity, coherent, and natural.
Dear Mr. Wang,
I really regret to tell you that I will resign from your editorial office on January 18, 2012.
I very appreciate the care and support that you have given to me during the two months that I have worked here. And I also appreciate the valuable opportunities that you have offered to me.
However, I find that the job is not what I expected in the past two months. As you know, it mainly deals with inanimate stuff, i.e. words, photos and graphs while I prefer working with animate life, i.e. people, communicating with them, because of my outgoing personality. In addition, I feel that it is rather hard for me to sit still in a place the whole day. Therefore, I do not think the current job is fit for me.
I will, of course, handle over the outstanding work and responsibilities before I am leaving. Finally, I am very sorry for the inconvenience that I have caused.
Didn't you know what the job required when you started?
Before I I started I had thought that I could adjust myself to it, but at last I find I can't, so I have to quit the job.
Thank you for your recommendation, I will not include too many specifics in my own letter of resignation next time!
But if I am required to list the reasons why I quit the job in the writing task, could I change the second reason "In addition, I feel that it is rather difficult for me to sit still in one place the whole day. Therefore, I do not think the current job is suitable for me." to the following one?
In addition, I have always been desirous of gaining experience in marketing, and I want to have a try. Maybe that will be more suitbale for me.