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I have a lot of stress from work and never want to go in to work. It affects my home life. I am so miserable for the place I work and they want me to teach subjects I am not qualified nor feel like I should be teaching. I work for a career school.
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Many typical reasons for quitting a job do not meet the definition of “good cause” and therefore will disqualify a worker from getting unemployment benefits. Reasons that usually are not considered good cause for quitting include:    ordinary job dissatisfaction or stress
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