Millions of people quit their jobs in the ‘Great Resignation.’ Here is why it may not last long


Reports of the so-called Great Resignation may have been exaggerated.

Over the past several months, a rapidly growing number of Americans left their jobs — more than 4.4 million in September, the most recent month for which data is available.

During that time, much of the narrative has focused on burned-out employees stomping out of their jobs — the “Big Quit” as some of have put it, in which workers are demanding higher wages, better working conditions and more mobility.

While worker dissatisfaction is an obvious factor behind quits whenever they occur, there has been increased focus lately on how employers can find incentives to keep workers from leaving.


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