Quitting is literally paying off for most workers, study finds

August 15, 2022

Paychecks didn’t keep up with inflation for a majority of workers who stuck with the same employer.

And with employers still saying they’re desperate to hire and can’t find qualified candidates, Carl Van Horn at Rutgers University’s workforce development center anticipates workers will continue “quitting a job if they think there’s a better job down the street, in a different place. Asking their employers for more flexibility.”

Now, when people leave jobs voluntarily, they may not necessarily get another job right away. 

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