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  • Getting fired is worse for you than getting divorced
  • Getting fired is worse for you than getting divorced
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Getting fired is worse for you than getting divorced

Break-ups are stressful  though it might be worse when it comes from your boss than your partner. Research suggests that getting fired causes a bigger plunge in wellbeing than getting divorced, and it's harder to bouce back; a broken heart can heal, but a gap on your CV is harder to repair.

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