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U.S. workers are increasingly mobile, particularly the millennials who now make up the largest segment of the workforce. A survey released earlier this year, for instance, found that 60 percent of employees ages 22 to 32 have left jobs between once and four times in the past five years.

A new poll by BambooHR sheds light on why employees are most likely to ditch a job shortly after starting it. The survey of 1,005 U.S. employees found that 31 percent had quit a job in the first six months.

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