Date of Submission
Campus Only Senior Thesis
Bachelor of Arts
2022 Hannah P Zhang
In this paper I explore the effect of remote work designation on quit levels by industry in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic. Using JOLTS data from 2019-2022, I analyze this relationship using a linear regression framework while controlling for hires, job openings, and layoffs and discharges. I find that there is a negative, statistically significant relationship at the 5% level between the remote work percentage of an industry and its difference between its quit rate pre and post pandemic. I also perform text mining analysis of Indeed job descriptions through a random forest classification model to explain qualitative trends in remote work.
Zhang, Hannah, "Zooming in: The Impact of Remote Work on Quit Rates During the Great Resignation" (2022). CMC Senior Theses. 2937.
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