Thursday, September 06, 2007

Bye Bye again

Some time back I had written a post regarding Farewell Emails. That post seems to have become very popular. Not that I received a whole lot of responses, but then it seems to a page which has the highest number of hits. This is the case even today quite some time after I have written the post.

The main reason seems to be the search engines seem to lead people to this page when they search for "Farewell emails". Then the fact is that so many people are searching for "Farewell emails" which most probably means that they are all writing farewell emails and searching for some inspirations, formats etc.

Looks like quite a few people are leaving from wherever they are working and they more and more want to nice farewell emails so they go around searching for ideas. Also the hits do come from all over the world. By method of induction, it can be inferred that market's are opening up all over the world providing on opportunity to people to jump jobs ;-)

Happy job hopping :-)


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