Google: Searches About Resigning High 10-Year High

FILE - In this Sept. 24, 2019, file photo a sign is shown on a Google building at their campus in Mountain View, Calif. The European Court of Auditors, which has examined the EU's enforcement of competition rules over the past decade, says antitrust investigations have taken too long, dulling their effectiveness. European Union regulators have launched a fresh antitrust investigation of Google, this time over whether the U.S. tech giant is stifling competition in digital advertising technology. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu, File)

Americans are quitting their jobs at a record rate and the data is backed up by Google searches.  The tech giant gave data to the Washington Post that said searches about leaving jobs is at a level not seen in ten years.  Four-point-four million Americans left their jobs in September.  Speaking on the topic this week, Labor Secretary Marty Walsh cited multiple reasons for the continuation of what’s being called “The Great Resignation.”  He said many are becoming entrepreneurs and others aren’t happy with their career.  Walsh also insisted concerns about coronavirus are still prevalent.

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