(Worthy News) – Nearly 4.3 million people in the U.S. quit or changed jobs in December, slightly less than a record 4.5 million in the previous month.
The onset of the Covid-19’s highly contagious Omicron variant disrupted the job market as parents again scrambled to figure out how to balance their work lives with children, school closures and elderly parents. Employees were also forced to navigate outbreaks at work as it became clear that the variant evaded vaccines.
Though the pandemic at its start in early 2020 caused a sudden onset of joblessness, 2021 had a much stronger job market, largely characterized by employers not being able to find workers to fill jobs. [ Source: Just the News (Read More…) ]
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