With thecontractual termination, I was able to build my plan to leave Paris," explains Clémence*, 36, who now lives in Brittany. Last year, this press officer returned from her maternity leave, but says she is "moderately satisfied" with her nanny, who nevertheless weighs heavily on her budget (about 1000 euros per month). A period of reflection then opens for this thirty-year-old, who finally decides to change her life to enjoy her family life more. She negotiated her contractual termination with her two directors, who "quickly" accepted her request. After four years of seniority, "I got the minimum, even if it's a nice sum," Clémence admits, without providing further information. She hastened to sell her apartment in Île-de-France and left her company last February. The young woman moved to Brittany and enjoyed her child until September, during which time she landed a new permanent contract, still in communication. "With unemployment benefits and the abolition of the nanny's job, I didn't have to worry about my expenses," says Clémence.
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