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What’s Driving Millions Of Americans To Quit Their Jobs? (Rebroadcast)

Remote work transformed the workforce in dramatic ways. Now, millions of Americans are saying 'I quit.'
Remote work transformed the workforce in dramatic ways. Now, millions of Americans are saying 'I quit.'

A record 4 million people quit their jobs in April alone, according to the U.S. Labor Department.

It’s all part of a larger uptick that economists are calling “The Great Resignation.” And the reasons why workers are leaving will likely shape our economy for years to come.

From NPR:

What’s behind The Great Resignation? And how will it shape a workforce that’s already in flux?

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Kathryn Fink
Kathryn Fink is a producer with NPR's All Things Considered.

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