Maybe quiet quitting isn't the problem... employers respecting their employees life balance is the problem
Just watched an interview with the Mayor of Boston where they were complaining about the lack of teachers, but also one man was asking leading questions about coming down ******* quiet quitters and firing them. I have a BS Biochemistry, but I'm currently working as a waitress because the boundaries between work and personal life are healthier when one is an hourly employee. Career wise I'm moving in the direction of becoming a freelance technical writer because I can set my own price and hours and protect my life balance. I would love to be a teacher, but I'm a single woman without a breadwinning husband so I can't afford to be a teacher. Like most salaried jobs, the demands of work impose and intrude on one's personal time, snd mostly for that reason, I plan to never have a salaried job again.