The Real Reason for the Great Resignation

Our Day Jobs Are Killing Us

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The Great Resignation is the media’s spin on a new trend. People leaving their jobs by the millions.

Everywhere you go, there’s a help wanted sign. Often next to a sign claiming that workers are lazy and would rather stay home eating Cheetos than come to work.




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