I've been so tired recently. I've been trying, but I don't think I'm up to this job.
You need to take a break, maybe a vacation.
Oh, yes, indeed. I've run out of steam. To be honest, I want to be in a different environment.
Is that so?
Yes, I don't want to be stuck in a rut. I want to move on.
Have you decided?
Yes. I want to get a better job.
Could you tell me why you want to quit?
I quit just because of the dissatisfying salary and the trouble in getting along with my colleagues.
Oh, that's terrible. Do you want to get a higher salary in our company?
I'm afraid not. I've promised my girlfriend. We'll travel southwards to find a job that offers higher pay.
OK, I'd like to say that I've really enjoyed working with you. However, I think you should work harder for your new job and then you can ask for higher pay.
Thank you so much for your advice.
And every best wish for your new job.
honest adj. 诚实的
southwards adv. 往南地
be stuck in a rut （生活或工作）刻板而乏味的，一成不变的。