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Americans quitting their jobs en masse, says Bureau of Labor Statistics

The number of Americans who quit their jobs in August climbed to the highest level of the year and the second-highest level since before the Great Recession, according to a new government report that suggests Americans are feeling pretty good about their employment prospects. The Bureau of Labor Statistics' latest Job Openings and Labor Turnover Summary showed more than 2.
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