The Great Resignation Has an Ugly Sequel — the Great Realization

But no one wants to talk about the flip side of the “dream”

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It all started late last year and picked up steam in the spring of 2021, so much so that it was coined into a well-recognized term — the Great Resignation or its cousin the Big Quit.

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