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Why Women Are Quitting Their Jobs During a Pandemic

The rampant instability of our nation has caused some to face some cold, hard truths about their happiness

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Last year, roughly five months into the pandemic, I considered quitting my job. To be frank, I just wasn’t happy there but I was deeply conflicted. I felt a profound sense of guilt. How could I be…

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Chika Ekemezie

Chika Ekemezie

Chika is a freelance writer who writes about the politics of life. Follow her on Instagram and Twitter (she’s on both way too much).

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