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More than 47 million Americans resigned from their jobs in 2021, in what has come to be known as The Great Resignation. According to a Pew Research Center survey, 55% of those who quit went on to find new full-time jobs, while 23% switched to new part-time work.

More than half of these workers realized that they earned more, had more growth opportunities, and had a better work-life balance. Exactly 50% said they had more flexibility when choosing working hours.

In the wake of these seismic shifts in the labor force, seven in ten employed adults are currently engaged in a

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