Do you feel overworked or stressed out all of the time at your job?
So much so that you don't even want to show up to quit?
What if you could pay someone to do it for you...and how much would it be worth it to you to pass the buck?
Well in Japan, one company can help!
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...so if you want that cash you will have to make that awkward office walk of shame.