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US factory workers quitting in droves

Mr Glenn says he quit his job at Carrier after 25 years because he feels automation is taking away blue-collar jobs such as his and has chosen to take a buyout. Data shows factory workers in the US are giving up their jobs at the fastest pace in a decade.


KIPP Glenn grew tired of standing for eight-hour shifts, assembling steel furnace doors. His knees ached from 25 years on the concrete factory floor. So even after President Donald Trump made his job at Carrier a symbol of American prosperity and vowed to save it, the Indiana...