250,000 Alabamians quit during ‘Great Resignation’; UAB wins entrepreneurship award; Tuscaloosa wants commercial flights; Civil Rights Memorial Center reopens

About 252,000 Alabamians quit their jobs from July to October, putting the state in the middle of the pack nationally for losing workers during what has become known as the “Great Resignation.”

250,000 Alabamians quit during ‘Great Resignation’ About 252,000 Alabamians quit their jobs from July to October, putting the state in the middle of the pack nationally for losing workers during what has become known as the “Great Resignation.” The reasons vary, from COVID-19 to new opportunities to retirement. – AL.com   UAB wins entrepreneurship award…

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