The Quiet Quitting Trend and Why You Should Not Follow It by@rickchen

The Quiet Quitting Trend and Why You Should Not Follow It

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You can’t assume your job is sacrosanct, and you won’t be downsized. The recent United States jobs report showed mixed signals regarding the job market's health. The U.S. added 315,000 jobs last month. However, unemployment rose to 3.7%, the year’s highest level. According to the Blind Layoff Tracker, white-collar tech professionals have lost 100,826 jobs so far this year. Here is how you can avoid getting laid-off during this time. Do the opposite of Quiet Quitting 1) Seek out protectors 2) Cultivate relationships 3) Fight back against prejudices 4) Have a "just in case" Plan

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by Rick Chen @rickchen.Rick Chen is the senior director, head of public relations at Blind. He writes about tech culture and the workplace.
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