Majority of workers who quit a job in 2021 cite low pay, no opportunities for advancement, feeling disrespected

Posted on AllSides March 22nd, 2022
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The COVID-19 pandemic set off nearly unprecedented churn in the U.S. labor market. Widespread job losses in the early months of the pandemic gave way to tight labor markets in 2021, driven in part by what’s come to be known as the Great Resignation. The nation’s “quit rate” reached a 20-year high last November.

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