Americans quit jobs at rapid clip in March
The number of people quitting jobs in March hit a seven-year high in a sign that workers are becoming more confident in their employment prospects.
About 2.8 million Americans left their jobs, up from 2.7 million in February, the Labor Department said Tuesday. That's the most since April 2008.
A large number of quits is a sign of a dynamic labor market in which workers feel confident to leave one job for another.