The Great Resignation: Why U.S. Workers Are Burned Out and Quitting | Amanpour and Company


As the pandemic eases in some parts of the world, we’re seeing the so-called “great resignation:” 20 million people in the U.S. have quit their jobs since April, according to federal statistics. Jennifer Moss explains this phenomenon in her new book “The Burnout Epidemic,” and speaks with Michel Martin about why this is a cultural, rather than an individual, problem.