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Are we really facing a resignation crisis?

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Whilst service-focused sectors are facing high levels of quit rates, this is not the same for all sectors. Image: UNSPLASH/Romain V.

Jay L. Zagorsky
Research Scientist, The Ohio State University
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Chart showing quit rates by industry.
Whilst hospitality and leisure saw high quit rates, most sectors had a below average quit rate in November 2021. Image: The Conversation/CC-BY-ND
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