• Meet a Great Resignation quitter who thinks the whole movement is a lie: 'It's still not to the benefit of the worker'

    14 days ago - By Business Insider

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    Like millions of workers, Sharon wasn't feeling appreciated in her old role.
    She sought a new job in a hot labor market, but she said her new role still felt exploitative.
    She's found herself between two groups of workers best positioned to benefit from the movement.
    Sharon thinks the Great Resignation is a lie. And she should know - she participated in it. Sharon, who's in her late 30s and asked that her and her employers' real names be kept anonymous, works in the mental-health field. She's been in the workforce for over 20 years. When the pandemic hit, her workplace...
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