However, the Pew Research Center recently found most workers who quit a job in 2021 blamed low pay, no opportunities for advancement and feeling disrespected as the top reasons.
Their new survey revealed the following:
The Pew Research Center also discovered adults without a four-year college degree were more likely than those with at least a bachelor's degree to have more reasons to leave than not.
It also detected 60% and 48% of men and women, respectively, said their newfound job makes it easier for them to balance work and family.
Additionally, 53% of employed adults who quit their jobs said they have since changed their field of work or occupation.
In regard to racial statistics, about 24% of Hispanics and Asians, 18% of Blacks, and 17% of Caucasians decided to quit a job last year.
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