AmiSight 8/3: Millions of Americans Regret the Great Resignation
The Great resignation is known to most as the mass resignation of nearly 20 million working Americans at the beginning of 2022. Despite this mass exodus, more than 25% of Americans who quit their jobs regret it and miss their "work family."
Unfortunately, the pandemic led many people to feel unsafe in their work environments, which produced the need for more work-at-home opportunities and a general shift in how Americans view their professional lives. Even for those who have found new jobs in a post-pandemic world, 42% say it's not the same. Not only has in-office work declined socially, but the job-market conditions have changed dramatically.
So far, this post-pandemic world hasn't lived up to what we're used to; the question, I suppose, is how quickly we can adjust.