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Gen Z is stressed, burned out, and doesn't plan to stop the Great Resignation

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

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A new Deloitte report finds that 40% of Gen Zers surveyed say they'll quit in the next two years.
Gen Zers, who are very stressed, are especially likely to leave customer-facing roles.
That could worsen labor shortages, as Gen Z seeks out a more meaningful work-life balance.
It's an "apocalyptic" time to be a Gen Zer. Climate change is looming, the pandemic is still sticking around, and prices are on the rise. A new Deloitte survey of 14,808 Gen Zers and 8,412 millennials around the world shows just how stressed and burnt out Gen Z is - and how they'll keep...
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