Economy

September 6, 2010

Despite economic downturn, resignations rise

As companies slashed bonuses, stifled wages and pared staff during the recession, the workplace became increasingly difficult for those who kept their jobs. Today, jobs remain scarce. Many unhappy workers still feel stranded, and the downturn continues to pummel weary employees. But as small signs of economic hope emerge, more are beginning to jump ship — or at least consider it — for better opportunities, workers, employers and national experts say.

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