The Main Reason Minnesotans Quit Their Job

This survey found the most common reason why people in every state in the U.S. quit their jobs. Here’s Minnesota’s result.

Are you thinking about quitting your job right now?  Like this very second?  So are TONS of other people.

According to a new survey, 13% of people say they think about quitting their job DAILY.  And 15% of people plan to quit by the end of the year.

Only 36% of people say they never really consider leaving their current job.

The top reason in every state was one of these six:

1.  Money.

2.  An “unpleasant” work environment.

3.  A bad or unsupportive boss.

4.  Disliking the work.

5.  To improve work-life balance.

6.  No opportunity to advance.

For Minnesota? You guessed it. Money.

Check out the map below.

Source: Zippia 

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