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So, you left your job during the Great Resignation. What’s next?

How to navigate the Great Rehire

More Americans have left their jobs during the pandemic than at any point in the last two decades. 4.3 million people quit in December 2021 alone, and up to 65 percent of Gen Z plans to join what has become known as the Great Resignation.

We’ve left for all sorts of reasons. There are labor market reasons — lots of available jobs combined with low unemployment means potentially larger salaries — but that is not the primary driver. Most of us…




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Mark Shrime, MD, PhD

Mark Shrime, MD, PhD

Author, SOLVING FOR WHY | Global surgeon | Decision analyst | Climber | 3x American Ninja Warrior Competitor

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