You might be feeling burnt from years of grinding work and feel that a sabbatical to provide time to recharge and explore is exactly the right prescription. Only 5% of employers in the United States offered paid sabbatical leave, according to the 2019 Employee Benefits report from the Society for Human Resource Management.
Fortunately, some companies have unpaid leave options, and even if these options are not publicly documented, you may be able to negotiate a sabbatical.
If a sabbatical option isn’t available, a mini-retirement is. Taking the mini-retirement plunge is a huge decision because you are choosing to terminate your employment. There is much to consider when contemplating taking a mini-retirement.
You can read more about my eye-opening mini-retirement experience below:
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