Alright, how much of a notice should I give my boss if I'm going to quit? I have no problems with my boss at all and I'm gonna need LOR's from him later on, so I have to do this in a way so that I don't burn any bridges. I'm taking the PTCE this week, and as soon as I get the certification, I plan on applying to hospitals or different companies. From what I heard, I doubt that CVS is going to give me a substantial pay raise after the certification, and with gas prices going up, and since my next car is going to be a gas guzzler, I need the extra money. No, getting a Toyota Prius or some other POS/economical car is not an option. I'm a horsepower and torque *****, not to mention since I like to participate in Autocross, I need a performance car. Anyway, not getting too off track, how much time should I give my boss to find a replacement? The biggest problem for my boss is that we are short staffed and our hours were cut. In all modesty, Friday nights and weekends are hell. Friday nights, he's only allowed to keep one tech. So, from 4PM on, it is only me and my boss and about 100 scripts. Not to mention people picking things up. The front store is short-staffed as well, so a lot of times the customers come to the pharmacy to ring up their stuff. Anyways, finding a replacement who can do drop-off efficiently, production, pick-up, reconstitution, and inventory management will take a lot of time to train. It took me a good 9 months to get experienced with the system. Anyway, is two weeks enough? Or should I make it a month?