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Why Gen Z is ‘quiet quitting’

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The Covid pandemic has reshaped the way we all work, especially for Gen Z. They are unhappy, burnt out and rethinking their entire relationship to work. What are they doing about it? They’re refusing to work beyond a strict 9-5 schedule, unionizing, ‘quiet quitting,’ and even avoiding the corporate world altogether. Is this changing power dynamic between workers and companies here to stay? Or was it just a pandemic-inspired blip? Andrew Stern talks to the experts and Gen Z themselves.