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Over a year in, the Great Resignation is still going strong. According to a new survey by non-profit research group, The Conference Board, over 30% of employees are currently searching for a new job, while only 38% of respondents say they’d like to retain their present position. An additional 28% of the 1,100 workers surveyed say they remain undecided on whether or not they want to stay at their current organization.

Among those who have left their jobs in the past year, common motivating factors include seeking higher pay and wanting more flexibility in their work schedule or location. Many employees also quit due to high workloads: Some 11% of all those who had quit their jobs say job fatigue was a factor, with Millennials and women particularly likely to be affected.

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