Do you feel overworked or stressed out all of the time at your job? How much would you pay to actually have someone quit your job for you?
Full-time workers in Japan are paying a company called Exit, $450 to tell their bosses that they won't be back (part-time workers pay around $360).
According to Exit's website, they've helped clients, many in their 20s and 30s, leave jobs ranging from sales and web production to a restaurant chef.
After informing bosses that you quit, Exit relays basic requests, but it doesn't get involved in complicated matters such as possible severance payment.