“Quiet Quitting” Is a Dangerously Misleading Buzzword

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“Quiet quitting” is all the rage online for the past few weeks. Every big news outlet (like Forbes, Business Insider, USA Today, and The Telegraph) has a hot take on what “quiet quitting” is, and why it’s bad.

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