A Different Kind of “Great Resignation”

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One of the results of The Great Pandemic was that people began to question whether or not “normal” was worth going back to. People sheltered in place. Some lost their jobs and collected unemployment. Others worked remotely. What this did was give people time to evaluate how they spent their time working, and many came to…

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I am a teacher in an inner-city alternative school and work a small hobby farm with my wife. I write about politics, education, and social issues.

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John Egelkrout

John Egelkrout

I am a teacher in an inner-city alternative school and work a small hobby farm with my wife. I write about politics, education, and social issues.

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