Dear Mr. Wang，
I am writing this letter to apologize that I will quit the position as an editor of your magazine for the reason of myself.
Two months ago， I was accepted by the design and fashions as a member of it. I was deeply impressed by the kindness， diligence of all staff members around me. But during the span of working here， I have come to realize that the job probably is not suitable for me because I want a more peaceful life， such as a teacher. And you know that I am not an outgoing girl. I find that I am not able to devote all my efforts to a job which I do not really like.
So I am awfully sorry to tell you my decision to quit. Please accept my apology.
Dear Mr. Johnson,
I am sure it will come as no surprise that I wish to resign my position as a sales representative. I have enjoyed working with you and the staff in the Morning Star Company for these two years. Yon have given me plenty of help and encouragement.
However, our work with local community groups has inspired me to return for my Master’s degree in social work. I appreciate how valuable such a degree can be in my field of endeavor. I’d like to pursue my Master’s degree in autumn, and would appreciate it if you would accept my resignation before September 3.
I will be able to stay on through the summer and help you find a replacement for my position. Thank you for all the patience, wisdom, and experience that you shared with me. I will always remember my time with the Morning Star with great affection, and hope to work with you and the staff again in the future. I am sorry for any inconvenience caused.
Two months ago, you got a job as an editor for the magazine Fashion & Design. But now you find that the work is not what you expected. You decide to quit. Write a letter to your boss Mr. Wang.
1) Telling him your decision,
2) Stating your reason(s), and
3) Making an apology.
Dear Mr. Wang:
I am writing to inform you about my decision to resign from my current position.
The primary reasons are as follows. First, after two months, I do feel that it is not easy for me to get used to the extra work and night shift. Second, the salary has proven to be much lower than you originally promised, and I have a large family to support. Last, what I have learned in the university cannot meet the requirement of being an editor.
I feel terribly sorry for the inconvenience I have caused. I sincerely hope that you approve of my resignation.
Li Ming (101)