The Great Reshuffle
The Great Reshuffle, term used during the pandemic layoffs, was the route to longer-term joblessness and retirement for 57 percent of the respondents to a recent CNBC All-American Workforce survey. The survey respondents were 1,200 currently employed people and another 850 people who either retired during the pandemic or who have not returned to the workforce but have not retired. Some individuals returned to work but at a different company, while others don’t expect to go back. Steve Liesman looks at the Great Reshuffle and how it may yet have longer to pay out. Read Mr. Liesman’s article here…
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