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Tech’s Great Resignation Hides an Ugly Truth

A lack of opportunity for women and POC is driving the trend

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In September of 2021, more than 4.4 million Americans left their jobs in a trend known as the Great Resignation. In the tech world, many see the Great Resignation as a positive thing. More startups and solopreneurs are good for innovation, right? Creative destruction and all that? Not so…

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