The pandemic pushed millions of U.S. workers to join the 'Great Resignation.' Here's why

The September jobs report shows that the unemployment rate fell to 4.8% and job openings are at a record high with wages increased again last month, as companies tried to attract new employees. But more than 25 million people quit their jobs in the first seven months of this year. And it's now called "the great resignation." Business and economics correspondent Paul Solman explains.

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