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Ready to say adios to your job? You’re not alone. “The great resignation is coming,” says Anthony Klotz, an associate professor of management at Texas A&M University who has studied the exits of hundreds of workers. “When there’s uncertainty, people tend to stay put, so there are pent-up resignations that didn’t happen over the past year.”

The numbers are multiplied, he says, by the many pandemic-related epiphanies — about family time, remote work, commuting, passion projects, life and death, and what it all means — that can make people turn their back on the 9-to-5 office grind...

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