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Meet the 40-year-old millennial who joined the Great Resignation because her employer wouldn't let her work remotely: 'I chose to be happy'

3 monthes ago   |   By Business Insider

One 40-year-old millennial left her five-year job at a public library behind. Tom Werner/Getty Images
Leila, a 40-year-old millennial librarian, joined the Great Resignation in January.
She was fed up with a toxic environment, little advancement opportunities, and poor policies for parents.
But the last straw was that she wasn't allowed to work remotely, which would have helped her juggle two part-time jobs.
One 40-year-old millennial is the latest American to join the Great Resignation. Just two weeks ago, Leila, whose name Insider changed for privacy reasons, quit her job of five years...
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