Woman who quit her job gives a wild PowerPoint presentation during an exit interview

A woman who quit her job to travel the world presents a savage PowerPoint during her exit interview detailing how the company ruined her sanity and regularly brought her to tears

  • A TikTok user named Claire and her boyfriend Peter, who are based in the US, recently gave their two weeks notice in order to travel the world
  • She recently shared a PowerPoint presentation he created for his exit interview with TikTok followers.
  • It includes a graph that shows her sharply declining mental health over the time she worked at the company
  • A two-color spitting pie chart shows the reasons she’s cried over the past year are ‘work’ and ‘work too’
  • She is hailed as ‘epic’, ‘sensational’ and ‘queen’, with commentators saying they would like to use her presentation too










American woman hailed as ‘epic’, ‘sensational’ and ‘queen’ after creating PowerPoint presentation for her exit interview, in which she explained she quit her job because it caused her health to deteriorate mental.

Claire (@claireandpeter) and her boyfriend recently gave their two weeks’ notice in order to travel the world – but according to Claire, the decision was triggered not just by wanderlust, but by general misery at her job.

Prior to her exit interview, Claire prepared a four-slide PowerPoint presentation with graphics that succinctly summarized her reasons for leaving the company.

She shared the fun presentation on TikTok, where it quickly went viral, delighting like-minded viewers.

An American woman created a PowerPoint presentation for her exit interview, in which she explained that she quit her job because it caused her mental health to deteriorate

The presentation includes a graph that shows a marked decline in her mental health over the time she has worked at her current job

The presentation includes a graph that shows a marked decline in her mental health over the time she has worked at her current job

She follows this with a pie chart with the simple title:

She follows that with a pie chart with the simple title: “The reasons I cried in the past 365 days.” The only reasons are work

His last slide concludes:

His final slide concludes, “I won’t be providing any further comments since you’re not listening anyway.”

‘I made a PowerPoint for my departure interview at work. What do you think?’ she wrote.

Claire and her boyfriend recently gave their two weeks notice in order to travel the world, but according to Claire, the decision was triggered not just by wanderlust, but by general misery at her job.

Claire and her boyfriend recently gave their two weeks notice in order to travel the world, but according to Claire, the decision was triggered not just by wanderlust, but by general misery at her job.

The presentation is short, beginning with a title page that simply reads: “My Exit Interview.”

The next page is a graph, with “mental health” on the y-axis and “time spent at the company” on the x-axis.

Although apparently not based on hard data, it clearly shows a marked decline in her mental health during the time she worked at her current job.

She follows that with a pie chart with the simple title: “The reasons I cried in the past 365 days.”

A small piece of the pie chart is blue, corresponding to the “work” label.

The rest is filled with the green color, which is labeled “also works”.

His final slide concludes, “I won’t be providing any further comment since you’re not listening anyway.”

She is hailed as 'epic', 'sensational' and 'queen', with commentators saying they would like to use her presentation too

She is hailed as ‘epic’, ‘sensational’ and ‘queen’, with commentators saying they would like to use her presentation too

It’s unclear if Claire actually presented the PowerPoint at work or if it was just a laugh at TikTok, but it’s already been viewed 2.8 million times on the app and earned more than 165,000 likes.

‘Perfect. No changes required. Please submit,” one wrote.

‘Obsessed. I’m inspired, really,” another commented.

“Oh my god, I need that level of detail to pitch it to management,” wrote a third, while a fourth called it “epic.”

Others called it “perfect” and “gold,” and some asked Claire to send them the PowerPoint so they could use it too.

“If you want, I’ll email this to your boss right away,” Claire offered.

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