Many of us have done things we regret, such as skipping a trip, leaving a relationship or walking away from a good job.
A recent survey found some regret among the 47 million people who quit their jobs during last year’s so-called “Great Resignation.” About one in five of those people who resigned during the pandemic say they regretted it, according to a recent Harris Poll survey for USA Today.
Many of them say they wanted more pay and responsibility — but then realized…….[read more]
Why do workers think that the grass is greener on the other side by quitting and finding a new job/career? Is the grass really greener, explain?
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For 1 in 5 people to quit their jobs during this economic turmoil, the unemployment is still lower than it has been in years. People might just be finding new jobs quickly but this isn’t as bad as I thought it would be