Besides wreaking havoc among workers and their ability to save money for the future, the Great Recession had one other unintended consequence: It turned the tide for workers’ loyalty to their current employers.
The days of people working for the same employer for 20 to 30 years are long gone. The average amount of time workers stay at one job is three to five years.
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