More Workers Quitting Their Jobs
In TV-land, people may get their hustle on, trying to impress a boss like Donald Trump. But in the real world, large numbers of Americans aren’t waiting around for someone to say: “You’re fired!” Instead, an increasing number of U.S. employees are quitting their jobs, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal. The Journal says that in February, the number of workers saying “I quit” surpassed the number of employees getting laid off — the first time that’s happened since October 2008.
Additionally, other people are quitting due to low morale. Scores of workers have watched their colleagues get pink slips. Then those same workers still on the job are often asked to do more work to pick up the slack. Apparently, a growing number of people are saying: “Thanks, but no thanks” and deciding to voluntarily leave those jobs.
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