You cant have been active in the workplace (or had an account on a social media platform) over the last couple of years and not come across the term the Great Resignation, also known as the Big Quit or the Great Reshuffle. It started as a US-based economic trend whereby employees voluntarily left their jobs en masse, and then spread to Europe. Whatever way it happened, the net result was the same: a lot of people left their jobs, took time off, moved abroad to check out life as a digital nomad, or changed sectors. Others reskilled during the pandemic,…

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