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The 'Great Resignation' is far from over, study shows
Worker burnout: How ‘the Great Resignation’ impacts employees
As companies return to the office, employees are taking on the workloads of those who took part in ‘the Great Resignation.’
The number of Americans who quit their jobs hit a fresh record in March as the "Great Resignation" drags on, and a new study revealing workers' plans for the future shows the trend is likely to continue.
Fidelity Investments' 2022 Career Assessment Study found that more than 6 in 10 (61%) of younger professionals ages 25-35 years old have either undergone a job change in the last two years, or plan to make a move in the next two years. The breakdown shows that 37% of respondents have been in their current jobs for two years or less, and 44% are looking to switch over the next 24 months.
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