You probably heard: Meghan McCain is leaving ABC’s “The View” after nearly four years. Among her reasons for quitting is that COVID-19 “has changed the world for all of us,” she told the Guardian. “It’s changed the way I’m looking at my life, the way I’m living my life, the way I want my life to look like.”
Few of us have the net worth or name recognition of Meghan McCain, who’s 36. Yet her sentiment resonates among many who’ve worked throughout the pandemic, often tethered to their computers at home.
Record numbers of workers are part of what’s been dubbed “The Big Quit” or “The Great Resignation,” as economies emerge from the pandemic. If a recent Microsoft
survey is even close to the mark, 41% of the global workforce plan on saying goodbye to their employer and colleagues this year.
Many of the quitters are, and will be, people 50+. Some for greener…