Quitting your job is your choice, and for most, there is a good reason behind doing it. In fact, there is currently a labor shortage in the U.S. because of so many Americans quitting on their own accord. With a large supply of job openings and a short supply of labor, this is the best job economy that our country has seen. Believe it or not, this “I quit” economy can also positively affect your retirement plan.
During this podcast episode, Wes dives into the “I quit” job economy. He also shares which industries have a labor shortage, variables that lead to people quitting, why there is a labor shortage, research surrounding the job economy, how this shortage can impact your early retirement, and which industries people are quitting the most.
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