“Gaining courage from social media, the most vulnerable people in America have started the closest thing we’ve seen in a century to a general strike … Workers are quitting across the labor force; people I’ve talked to range from minimum-wage employees to senior executives. But quit rates and job-to-job transitions in the Great Resignation are mostly taking place among workers with less than a high school education, whose daily toil is typically spent in dead-end low-wage jobs, an engine for corporate profits that produces some of the grimmer existences in the industrialized world.” David Dayen in The American Prospect: The Great Escape.