One result of the pandemic has been U.S. workers leaving their jobs in record numbers. Common reasons cited included dissatisfaction with their employers, a desire to work from home permanently, greater work-life balance, and a new career. A full 33 percent of those leaving their jobs started their own business.
Meanwhile, a survey by Coldwell Banker found that 41 percent of Americans would accept a pay cut or a new job at a lower wage if it meant moving to a more affordable location with an even higher rate (46 percent) coming from the Northeast and West.
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