People share the text exchange with their manager that inspired them to quit

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People share the text exchange with their manager that inspired them to quit

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People share the text exchange with their manager that inspired them to quit

The texts highlight just how overworked, mistreated and fed up employees are — and how many of them simply aren't willing to deal with it any longer.

— the highest number in a data set that goes back to December 2000 — according to the Labor Department. The exodus was led by food and retail industries, whose workers are among the lowest paid.Labor actions have also been on the rise. Workers from numerous companies and across various industries are demanding better pay and working conditions, like

employees from Kellogg's and John Deere who are on strike.Yet one expert told TODAY people should be careful not to confuse those actions with the anti-work sentiments of one corner of the internet."What's happening right now is pro-work," said Sylvia Allegretto, an economist and co-chair of the Center on Wage and Employment Dynamics at the University of California, Berkeley."Most people want to go to work. Most people love their jobs. These are people who are passionate about what they do, but they're saying, 'Enough is enough.'"

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"Workers have seen where all their hard work is going — not to them, but to those at the very top. We're the richest country in the world with the highest degree of inequality, and it's just gone too far. But in extra-cold weather, she layers." Related: .