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Recent years have been an ongoing improvisation for all of us. We've been in a near-constant state of adjustment as we respond to the changing circumstances of the world around us — especially as it influences our personal and professional lives. All that change prompted many to reexamine their expectations about how work dovetails into (or doesn't) our daily life.

Hence, the Great Resignation, the term being applied to the unprecedented number of workers deciding to leave their positions — 47.8 million in 2021, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

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