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Where U.S. Workers Are Quitting Jobs at Record Rates

In September, 4.4 million workers in the U.S. resigned; here are the states and sectors that led the wave

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Workers in the U.S. resigned from a record 4.4 million jobs in September. Many Americans are leaving roles for better working conditions and pay amid a historically fast economic recovery.

The wave of resignations hasn’t been uniform across the country, though. States in the West, including Hawaii, Montana, Utah and Oregon, saw the largest growth in quits in September, according to the Labor Department. Eighteen states broke or tied their records for quits levels in September.

 

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