Have Millennials Made Quitting More Common?
Edward Tadros stashed this in Recruiting/Staffing
"Quitting is in. More than 3 million Americans quit their job in December 2015, the highest number since 2006, according to data released this week by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The quits rate, which measures how many people ended their employment out of everyone who worked each month, reached its highest level in seven years."
Anecdotally it seems that quitting is more common these days.
Does that imply that people have more options?