Growing Number Of Frustrated Workers Opt To Quit

David Schepp
frustrated workers quitting jobs
frustrated workers quitting jobs

It may be hard to believe, but even with the nation's unemployment rate stuck at around 9 percent, there are plenty of workers calling it quits. Fed up with lack of opportunity or having to "do more with less," a greater number of employees are heading for the exits.

Nearly 1.1 million workers left their jobs voluntarily in October, the largest number in more than a decade, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
And the majority of those in this group quit before securing another job, suggesting that levels of frustration are on the rise.