Is Quiet Quitting Still a Thing? And a Viable Option for the Future?

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Over 750,000 people worldwide are working 54 hours a week. These taxing working hours are the leading cause of burnout, stress, lethargy, insomnia, and other mental health issues among employees.

The hustle culture, a dominant trend a little while ago, is now taking a back seat. More people are becoming aware of the slow pay rise despite dedicating valuable time to a company. 

Over the last few months, people have referred to starting the new trend of quiet quitting at their workplace. They believe it is an effective way to work in a company that does not offer growth, recognition, or

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