Statistics Gathered From Twitter Show That Oregon Is The State With The Highest Rate Of ‘Silent Quitters’
PORTLAND, Ore. (KPTV) – The term “quiet quitting” has been all over the internet this summer, and Oregon is talking about it more than any other state, according to data from Twitter.
Even though it’s called “quiet quitting,” it has nothing to do with giving up. An employee of a company chooses to only work their scheduled hours and only work during those hours. Wikipedia says that the quiet quitter never goes above and beyond what is expected of them, stays late, or comes in early.
The main goal of “quiet quitting,” which is also called “acting your wage,” is to avoid burnout and pay more attention to one’s mental health and personal well-being. Based on over 220,000 geotagged tweets from the past 90 days on Twitter, the idea seems to be most popular in the Northwest and the Northeast.
The Top States For “quiet quitting” Are:
- New York City
The college resource site schoolauthority.org made the above map and looked at the data behind it.
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