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White-Collar Workers Are Quitting at an Unprecedented Rate

Is WFH a paradigm shift, or a simple carryover from the pandemic?

700,000: That’s the number of white-collar workers who quit their job in May, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics—the highest ever recorded in a month in the bureau’s “professional and business…




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