Quiet Quitting: What Does it Really Mean and Is It a Good or Bad Idea?

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This summer, Zaid Khan’s Tik Tok video about quiet quitting launched a viral debate about what the term means – and whether it is a good or bad idea.  From Khan’s perspective, “You’re still performing your duties but you’re no longer subscribing to the hustle culture mentality that work has to be your life.”  The video triggered a barrage of interpretations, ranging from Hunter Kaimi’s Tik Tok, “The reality is that many of us. . . are working at jobs that do not care about us as people,” to Kevin O’Leary’s comments in a CNBC story that “People that

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