Michael Green remembers what it was like to be on the job market during 2008′s financial crisis. At the time, he and everyone he knew just wanted a job. Almost any job.
More than a decade and one global pandemic later, the tables have turned. Workers are leaving their jobs in record numbers—pointing to burnout, lack of flexibility, child care struggles and low pay.
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