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‘Do what you love’ could be contributing to the Great Resignation

The passion paradigm suggests that people should follow the career path that they love. This might be a cause for the Great Resignation Image: Maaria Lohiya/Unsplash

Galen Watts
Banting Fellow, Centre for Sociological Research, KU Leuven
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The psychology theory of the 'hierarchy of needs'. Image: Simply Psychology

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