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The Great Resignation

Many surveys indicate employees looking to quit their jobs, and data shows that in April 2021, 4 million people quit their jobs in the US.

The pandemic caused people to reflect over their lives, as their identities were suddenly switched. Instead of being in the office all day, they were at home taking care of the kids, shopping and doing office work.


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