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I’ve been talking about this subject for the past 2 year. Covid-19 has altered the business landscape forever. We’re a long way from what we once called normal.
At some point, all of us experience moments when we must face the difficult decision to let go of something that formerly offered us purpose. But big decisions, like a career change, should be approached thoughtfully.
This is an exceptional article from the Harvard Business Review (HBR)about why people are leaving their jobs.
Over the last two years, record numbers of people have voluntarily left their jobs. The movement is now so broad it has a name: The Great Resignation. Some of these people have left for more flexible work in the gig economy. Some are seeking a change in lifestyle. But many have been spurred by the Covid-19 pandemic and associated social upheavals to take a deep look at their lives and what gives them purpose.