Recently, American companies are pouring various welfare and benefits to attract workers.

This is because the 'massive resignation' of workers has been going on for over half a year.

Recently, it is fashionable among American netizens to notify their resignation on social media and explain the reason.

Most of the time, it's not very different from common reasons for leaving, such as the boss making it too hard, there's burnout, and it's not something I want to do.

However, the American resignation fever is not a simple matter.

According to the U.S. Department of Labor, 47.4 million workers voluntarily quit their jobs last year.

The trend of resignation continued until this year, with 4.42 million people leaving the company in April alone.

It was expected that the stagnant labor market would recover again when the corona calmed down to some extent and the economy was revived.

Embarrassed, companies began to respond in their own way.

Academia and industry are making various analyzes on the phenomenon of labor shortage.

Some entrepreneurs criticized state policies and the attitudes of workers.

In addition to unemployment benefits paid by the state, the federal government's financial support to recover from the COVID-19 damage is enough to make a living even if you don't work. Is this claim true?

The payment of subsidies was completely stopped as of September of last year, but the number of people leaving the company has been steadily recording more than 4 million a month even after peaking in November last year.

However, the number of 'continuous unemployment benefits' claims for more than two weeks are the lowest since 1969.

In other words, I am unemployed, but I am not applying for unemployment benefits.

In other words, there are many people who want to find a better job and re-employ, and it cannot be concluded that many of those who quit want to remain unemployed.

The analysis that the main factor in the labor shortage is something else is gaining strength.

Some pointed out that the labor supply was tight as the influx of foreign workers decreased due to the anti-immigrant policy of the Trump administration and the influence of the corona virus, while others analyzed that the labor supply was reduced as the baby boom generation reached retirement.

In addition, despite a number of positive indicators, experts are of the opinion that it is still difficult to be certain that the US labor rights will improve.

To the extent that workers' wages have been raised due to inflation, companies will raise the prices of goods and services, so workers' feelings may remain the same, or it may become more difficult.

There is a bitter prospect that it is unclear whether companies' hiring workers will lead to movements to improve unstable employment patterns or poor working conditions.

▶ More than 4 million people leave each month;

The situation in the United States that retirement is fashionable